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Kwiziq community member
8 February 2019
Bonjour Madame Cécile ! A question on Petit Ours Brun fait des crêpes.
Bonjour Madame !
Thanks for posting such a captivating and mesmerising reader. But I would like to ask a question regarding a phrase which reads-
Bravo Papa! (rires) On n’arrivera jamais à faire de belles crêpes !
Indeed, here the Brown Bear comminicates with his dad but why is the verb ‘rire’ conjugated as ‘rires’ though I learnt from a lesson that it is - Il rit/ Elle rit/ On rit .
Is this a special way of expressing one’s emotions while transcribing in French ?
Merci d’avance ! Bonne journée !
Kwiziq language super star
9 February 2019
I have not done this exercise but I think it means ‘laughter’ rather than the verb to laugh... in other words you can hear ‘des rires’ which is plural in French...
Hope this helps!
Effectivement ! I misread the same. Thanks for highlighting my error ! Merci beaucoup encore !
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