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Sans, se rafraîchir, jours qui viennent

G. D.C1Kwiziq community member

Sans, se rafraîchir, jours qui viennent

Is it okay to not add anything after "sans" in this sentence: "je ne sais pas ce qu'on aurait fait sans"? I translated it as "sans elle" (elle = la piscine).

In the final sentence, I used "refroidir" instead of "rafraîchir." Is there a difference between the two?

Also for the final sentence, just wondering why "les prochains jours" isn't accepted?

Asked 1 year ago
CélineKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Bonjour Gee,

- "sans / sans elle""sans elle" is correct and both are already accepted in the exercise.

"se refroidir" has now been added as a correct answer - although it is not as elegant as using "se rafraîchir".

"les prochains jours" has also been added to the correct answers.

Thank you for your suggestions!

Bonne journée !

G. D. asked:View original

Sans, se rafraîchir, jours qui viennent

Is it okay to not add anything after "sans" in this sentence: "je ne sais pas ce qu'on aurait fait sans"? I translated it as "sans elle" (elle = la piscine).

In the final sentence, I used "refroidir" instead of "rafraîchir." Is there a difference between the two?

Also for the final sentence, just wondering why "les prochains jours" isn't accepted?

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