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Correct answer is Tout
Just clarification, Tout here means everything, that's why it is tout not tous? Can tout (as a pronuon) be used as a stand alone subject ?
I don’t think the English translation is quite right for this sentence - to draw the maps of these two rooms. In architecture we would say “to produce the plans of these to rooms”.
A map is something you use when you’re out hiking.
Le Musée de l’Orangerie is a magical place to visit.
"you will use the possessive adjectives son, sa or ses (its/one's here)."
" possessive pronouns agree in gender and number with the *owned* item (son billet / sa carte / ses parents)."
Not a major issue but referred to by different names in short succession... maybe the term adjective pronouns ?? .. or a sentence to show that they are indeed called by either name.
Also are 'ses' 'leurs' completely interchangeable?
________ arrogance est insultante.Your arrogance is insulting.HINT: Use the 'tu' form
Arrogance est une mot féminin, alors, le correct est >, pas?
In a couple of academic articles I'm reading which are written in French, equations are numbered things like: "(2.1)" for "equation 1 from section 2", "(5.15)" for "equation 15 from section 5", etc. How would one pronounce these numbers? For instance in English, I would pronounce "(2.1)" as "two point one" and "(5.15)" as "five point 15".
Bonjour Madame Cécile !
I have been attempting tests at Kwiziq and have faced a few problems which I would like to ask here-
1. C’est le mois d’avril et il a commencé ______ faire très chaud.
Here, would the answer be “à/de” ? How to judge when to use “commencer à / “commencer de” ?
2. Regarde cet arbre sans fruits. Mais _________ qui est devant nous en a beaucoup.
Here, which of the following is grammatically accurate - celui-ci /celui ? I opted for “celui-ci” but the answer was “celui”. Why, Madame ?
3.J’ai vu quelque chose dans ton sac.
To form the negative of the sentence which is correct -
Je n’ai vu rien/rien vu dans ton sac.
This is not highlighted in the lesson- Ne ... rien = Nothing (negation)
4. Ces hommes parlent sans cesse.
To form a question would we write-
Qui parle/ Qui parlent sans cesse ?
Merci encore Madame Cécile pour votre aide continuel.
Je vous souhaite une bonne journée!
Does one say "Je n'aime pas de...." or "Je n'aime pas le/la/les/ce, etc?
hello. i think this is very misleading of you again with regard to aller plus infinitive..
you ask : how to translate : he is going to sell his motorbike.
i would naturally want to use aller. so, il va vendre
but then you write [ to sell ] 'vendre' in le Futur Proche. strongly suggesting you want us to use the future tense of vendre.
but no, the answer you give is il va vendre, not the future tense of vendre but the future tense of aller.
this is very confusing.