Why will it not accept "plein de the" instead of "beaucoup"? Thanks.
Freeform Writing Exercise A1
plein de originally means "full of" and has now also come to mean "a lot of". But it is still considered a lower register of French and used mostly in familiar settings.
Thanks. Very helpful!
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