Why ''aussi''?

HarhoùrzC1Kwiziq community member

Why ''aussi''?

EN: I have some champagne in the fridge.
FR: J'ai aussi du champagne au frigo.

Why is ''aussi'' used here even though ''also'' isn't mentioned in the English sentence? Am I missing something?
Asked 1 month ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

This has now been fixed, thank you for pointing out ...

ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Agreed, the word aussi is not present in the original English sentence.

Why ''aussi''?

EN: I have some champagne in the fridge.
FR: J'ai aussi du champagne au frigo.

Why is ''aussi'' used here even though ''also'' isn't mentioned in the English sentence? Am I missing something?

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