'I share my apartment with five people, including one girl.'
I realise the lesson is about 'dont', but could one use 'compris' or 'y compris' instead of dont? If so, which, and would compris need an e because the girl is feminine?
The phrase "y compris" could work here!
"y compris" (and "non compris") stay(s) as it/they is/are (no agreement) when what it/they refer(s) to is placed after: (example with "une clé" - which is feminine in French)
J'ai perdu mes clés, y compris mes clés de voiture = I lost my keys, including my car keys
Je partage mon appartement avec cinq personnes, y compris une fille = I share my apartment with five people, including one girl
I hope this is helpful.
Bonne journée !
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