I haven't come across this before. Could someone explain it's meaning?
Dictation exercise C1
The expression 'tenir à ce que' is complex and thank you for pointing this out.
The verb 'tenir à quelque chose/quelqu'un' is used to convey when something is dear/important to you -
You can add another verb like in, tenir à faire -
The sentence in the text is :
Hope this helps!
Tenir à ce que + subjunctive --> to insist that (expressions of will - orders, advice)
Or "to make sure that"
Hope this helps.
Thank you Cécile and Jim !
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