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Why is “the best answer” given as “Mes parents seront trop impressionnées”? Doesn’t the “ées” imply that both parents are female?
Also, could “impressionnant” be used instead of “impressionnés”? What would be the difference in meaning?
For those interested (and who couldn't find the word "tramontagne" anywhere), here is a definition for a similarly spelled word that I found : "La tramontane est un vent violent, froid (en température ressentie) et sec en provenance du nord-ouest qui souffle contre les Pyrénées et au sud du Massif central, puis dans le Languedoc et le Roussillon. ... Le terme de « tramontane » vient du latin transmontanus qui signifie « au-delà des monts »". So it's similar to the Mistral wind (also mentioned in the same sentence in the exercise), with the Mistral being maybe a bit more localised and severe.
How do you make the appropriate accent marks when writing?
Hi, I was wondering for the duration part would it be okay to say
I read in the evening
Je lire la soiree
I spent the day learning French
J'ai passe le jour apprendre francais
Would they be correct if not why?
Why was autour de used rather than environ?
text says de Hanoucca, not d'H.......
Should it not be “Pour cet après-midi” ?
How is this verb conjugated? There is a phrase in the vocabulary lesson sent out today that contains the phrase: Je regarde les bourgeons éclore...
This doesn't look like the normal conjugation for a -re verb. Please advise! Thank you.
se dépêcher = to hurry up.Tell your friends "Hurry up!": : ___ !
Because the above references "friends" I used the tu form but was marked incorrect with the vous form the correct answer. Why is that? I've been marked correctly on other examples. Am I missing something?