I understand that une soirée indicates the duration of the evening, while un soir indicates the general time of day, but given this is a Level 1 quiz, is that not a bit advanced for this level? As far as I recall the only context given in Level one for "une soirée" was for an evening function or party. I was marked wrong for using choisissez rather than choisis, presumably because choisissez is too advanced for this level?
Freeform Writing Exercise A1
1. Both soirée and soir are accepted for -
'This is special evening for me.'
2. choisissez is wrong as it was
I choose a few movies
Hope this helps!
Careful with the verb forms of choisir:
Je choisis -- (1st person singular, present tense)Vous choisissez -- (2nd person plural, present tense)Je choisissais -- (1st person singular, imperfect tense)Vous choisissiez -- (2nd person plural, imperfect tense)
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