Sorry again. The second sentence has only “dîner” without the “le”. Is there a reason for that?

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M

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23 November 2018

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Sorry again. The second sentence has only “dîner” without the “le”. Is there a reason for that?

This question relates to:
French lesson "Devoir vs avoir besoin de to express "to need to""

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

24 November 2018

24/11/18

Hi M

It is just a different way of saying the same thing:

Le dîner = dinner (noun)

Dîner = to have dinner (verb)

Hope this helps!

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