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Why “Il ne faut pas confondre” as opposed to “Il faut ne pas confondre”?
Bonjour Cécile. A few weeks ago I said I’d find an example of a run on sentence. In this lesson, I had one: Je ne peux pas parler maintenant, je suis en train de travailler. In English, we’d separate the two independent clauses with a semi-colon or a period, not a comma. I’m asking if it’s standard in French to use a comma to separate two clauses? Merci pour votre réponse !
In on of the A2 the lesson there is a spelling ... touts... an incorrect answer, but bad spellers like me are likely to remember this. Please could yo not use incorrect spellings, its really confusing.
I am just wondering what female noun is it specifically referring to. Many thanks
I have read earlier that while doing negation in avoir we should change the articles into de for example.. J'ai un Stylo
Je n'ai pas de Stylo. Then how to follow this rule while using verbs
My question is.. What is the meaning of il est vraiment bon aujourdhui " when we only use faire for weather..