there's a contradiction between lessons

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there's a contradiction between lessons

There's a contradiction between this lesson and J'habite à [city] = I live in [city] As there explains that you always use à for cities. I quote "In French, to say which city you live in, you use: J'habite à + the city". Which one is right?
Asked 3 years ago
LauraKwiziq team member
Bonjour Anyul, There's no contradiction. This lesson is about the preposition you use with regions, states, and counties. The other is about the preposition needed with cities. In French, the preposition is different depending on the geographical place.

there's a contradiction between lessons

There's a contradiction between this lesson and J'habite à [city] = I live in [city] As there explains that you always use à for cities. I quote "In French, to say which city you live in, you use: J'habite à + the city". Which one is right?

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