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Abdul Q.B1Kwiziq community member

whats the difference

whats the difference and which one is correct

Le chocolat plaît à Martha.

Le chocolat  te plaît 

it is really confusing

Asked 1 year ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Abdul, 

The verb 'plaire à quelqu'un' follows the same construction as 'aller à quelqu'un' in your last question.

I don't know what you mean by 'which is correct' as both sentences mean different things.

Le chocolat plaît à Martha = Le chocolat lui plaît (Le chocolat plaît à elle) = Martha likes chocolate

Le chocolat te plaît = Le chocolat plaît à toi = You like chocolate

Hope this helps!

whats the difference

whats the difference and which one is correct

Le chocolat plaît à Martha.

Le chocolat  te plaît 

it is really confusing

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