faire exprès de

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?"
Asked 10 months ago
CécileKwiziq language super starCorrect answer

Hi Carole,

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

Hope this helps!

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?"

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