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My grammar comprehension through the quizzes is proceeding well. I am 1/2 way through A2; but my listening comprehension is lagging. I seem to be at A1 at best; very difficult to understand spoken french. Should i be spending more time on listening and less on grammar, or do i need the grammar (future anterior, simple past etc) to understand spoken conversations?thankstony
is there a correct way to pronounce j’ai vs tu as. I noticed in the audio section they pronounce dash of them as an ‘a’ sound but in the video provided I hear the j’ai as an ‘a’ sound and tu as as an ‘ah’ sound. Wondering what’s typical or if it matters.
In the third sentence, we are given the hint to use "on", but then marked wrong when we used it instead of "nous."
Can you explain when the verb s'installer can be used? Is it just an alternative for s'asseoir or does it have more meanings?
I am not sure if the correction below is right. Could you please explain?Il est ________.It's ten twenty-three.(HINT: Use the "12-hour" clock)dix heures vingt-troisdix heures vingt-trois du matin(this was my answer)
I find it inconsistent that at one point the text says 'en alternance avec de tulipes pourpres' while later it says 'l'éclat des soucis orange'.
Is there a reason why the second phrase isn't 'l'éclat de soucis orange' - or would that have been equally acceptable?
In test answer "Ces leçons ont permis à Fred d'améliorer son français" why is the à and the d' doing?
Il est né un dimanche
Il est né le dimanche
Which one is correct? Can't we use indefinite articles with the days of the week ?
What is the difference between j'irai prendre and je prendrai?