Bonsoir. In the lesson samples, "Je la lui donne" is translated as "I give it to him/her." However, in the mini quiz, I chose both "She shows it to

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Shelley

Kwiziq community member

22 June 2018

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Bonsoir. In the lesson samples, "Je la lui donne" is translated as "I give it to him/her." However, in the mini quiz, I chose both "She shows it to

him" and "She shows it to her" as possible taranslations for "Elle la lui montre" and this was scored as "nearly correct." Why is that?

This question relates to:
French lesson "Using direct and indirect object pronouns together (double object pronouns)"

Chris

Kwiziq community member

22 June 2018

22/06/18

Your translations seem correct to me. 

-- Chris

Aurélie

Kwiziq language super star

22 June 2018

22/06/18

Bonjour Shelley !

I've had a look at your Correction Dashboard, and it says that you ticked "She shows it to him" but not "She shows it to her", and this question necessitated both these correct answers, hence the nearly correct :)

For similar questions, in the future please use the "Report it" button in your Correction Board, as it links directly to the specificquiz take you're referring to, and makes it easier for us to answer you :)

Bonne journée !

Shelley

Kwiziq community member

22 June 2018

22/06/18

Thank you so much for checking this for me. I guess the second check mark didn't take & I didn't notice it; so sorry for the trouble. Thanks, too, for the reminder to use the Report an issue button.

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