Kwiziq community member
26 April 2017
Translating 'Je vais en ville'
This literally means 'I am going in/inside town', but actually it means 'I am going to town'. Can you explain the french reasoning behind this usage.
And is this correct 'Je vais à ville' for 'I am going to town'?
This question relates to:French lesson "En vs dans with locations (prepositions)"
Kwiziq language super star
28 April 2017
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