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should it not be "ces sont des amours" rather than "ce sont des amours"?
What is the difference between polluer and faire polluer?
Here de is a contraction of des in front of a collection of things !
As there is no de, d' or des in the given example, maybe this is from anther lesson.
I'm sorry, but this is a terrible example sentence. Who on earth would refer to walking their dog as "taking a walk with" their dog? The dog has no independence. It doesn't join you for a walk the same way your friend Julie might.
The example sentence should be changed to:
Anne et Antoine promènent leur chien.
You can have the same answer choices, but the correct answer would be "Anne and Antoine are walking their dog." Which is a sentence you might say in real life, as opposed to "They're taking a walk with their dog" which no one said ever.
Shouldn't it be deux plus deux égalE quatre?
What is the differ between notre, no circumflex accent, and nôtre, with accent.
How do you determine which conjugated form of the verb do you use in sentences such as "Jean et moi sommes allés au cinéma.". It appears the conjugated form of the verb with nous has been used. I cannot understand why this is.
"... notre équipe allie savoir-faire professionnel et pédagogie bienveillante." Why no definite articles for savoir-faire and pédagogie ? Is this simply the result of the informality of an advertisement? Thanks.
In the first sentence of the text - Did you know that the town council [US: city hall] has decided.... etc., the Hint advises ...- "has decided" = Use Le Plus-que-Parfait here.
In the related lesson, the examples show 'had' and not 'has' as being translated using the plus-que-parfait?