Same problem for "I only DID my homework." As opposed to EATING my homework? Lol!

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Rebecca

Kwiziq community member

19 June 2018

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Same problem for "I only DID my homework." As opposed to EATING my homework? Lol!

This relates to:
Restrictive ne … que = only (compound tenses) -

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

21 June 2018

21/06/18

Hi Rebecca, 


As with the sweets, you could say 


"J'avais plein de choses à faire mais je n'ai fait que mes devoirs".


" I had loads of things to do but I only did my homework."

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