Sooner or later : tôt ou tard??


Kwiziq community member

3 September 2017

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Kwiziq community member

3 September 2017


Bonjour Alison, I am not totally sure of your question. In French, tôt ou tard means «sooner or later» a phrase that we use in English from time to time. To that end, let's look at another example. Tôt ou tard, il le comprendra ---> Sooner or later, he will understand it. Whether «tôt ou tard» is at the end of the phrase or at the beginning, it has the same sense. Bonne chance et bonne continuation dans vos études en français. J'espère que cela vous aidera bien.


Kwiziq community member

15 September 2017


I was confused too - it says tôt OR tard! Just a typo, then?


Kwiziq language super star

11 October 2017


Bonjour tout le monde ! Yes, it was indeed a typo, and thanks to you all, it's now been finally fixed :) Bonne journée !

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