faire exprès de

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carole

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2 September 2018

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faire exprès de

In one of the quizzes, the sentence is "Il fait exprès de tomber.  / He falls on purpose.  Why is it not "de SE tomber?"

This question relates to:
French lesson "Faire exprès = To do something on purpose"

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

3 September 2018

3/09/18

Hi Carole,

The verb 'tomber' (to fall) is not reflexive in French .

Hope this helps!

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