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Tôt is wrong to say you are early today? Why?
Bonjour à tous ! I did a bit of the research and I would say le Dauphin and Charles d’Orléans are two different people. Le Dauphin, the son of Charles VI and Isabeau of Bavaria, became indeed Charles VII but Charles d’Orléans is the son of the assassinated Louis I d’Orléans, Duke of Orléans.
Elles ont tu la raison ... where is the word about in this sentence? Thanks for your help.
Why does it say "J'ai hâte de voir sa tête" rather than visage for "I can't wait to see his face..?"
Why is it that the ending /s/ in "boutiques", in this sentence "mais toutes les BOUTIQUES EN ligne sont en rupture de stock", is not pronounced before the next vowel /e/ in "en"?
So it was pronounced like /boutiQUE-en/, rather than /boutiqueS-en/ which is what I expected.
Is it just a style? I find it hard to know when I'm supposed to pronounce the /s/, or /x/ at the end of a word if it comes before a vowel, and when I don't.
hi room and experts
Please explain translation - 'ce qui donnait à ses joues une douce teinte rosée, .'
I am confused because I thought we needed to use the reflexive when discussing body parts in French:
For example, should it not rather be 'ce qui lui donnait les joues une douce teinte rosée'?
In the lesson re the Cyclades, I left off des and was marked wrong. In the lesson notes, it states that using de after se rappeler is optional. It’s required if one uses se souvenir. So what is correct? Thanks.
'Regardent- elles la télé! was marked wrong but seemed the same as the correction. Was it because I left that gap after the hyphen?
«Certaines d’entre elles ne comprenaient pas»
why we use l'imparfait instead of lle passé composé?