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Why has the Passé Composé been used to translate "Sébastien and I have always loved sailing" and "I have always been fascinated by..." ? There is nothing to suggest these actions/emotions have finished, and in fact they are apparently ongoing due to the word "always", but the imperfect is not given as the translation. Thank you.
I am not sure what gender is "centre"?
Can we not translate 'palace' by 'palais'?
why in this exercise is the nous form used one time and the on form another when they are both times speaking about what they will do together?
Hi, there’s a missing “afin de” in the audio, and “griller” is said whereas “rôtir” is written. Great exercises though, they’re really useful.
why did “souris” use with “la” ??
“la” is a féminine article should use with noun that finish with e , right??
I noticed in the exercise "droite" was used for direction to the right, but "tout droit" is masculine for "straight ahead. Why the difference?