Why is it 'des' and not 'd'' (since it means 'of years' and not 'of the years')?
Freeform Writing Exercise B2
I think this is likely:
Années is used in a “general” sense - les années. Article required in French, and then the contraction of de + les.
It wouldn’t really make sense to say it was the strangest of some years.
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