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Kwiziq community member
11 February 2019
With these two answers it seems you are teaching that Passé Simple is past tense and present tense. I am confused.
Why should I have chosen, Leila is finishing...?
This question relates to:French lesson "Recognising regular -ir verbs in Le Passé Simple"
Hi Michael, I think you must have overlooked this note in the lesson:
Note that for regular -IR verbs, the je/tu/il/elle/on forms of le Passé Simple are exactly the same as for le Présent. The context will help you know which tense is intended in those cases.
I missed that note!
Thank you...I'll review the lesson again.
26 February 2019
Oh I made the same mistake! Worse, I actually did read it but then disregarded it in my mind.
The good thing is that I'll learn from my mistake! (hopefully)
Great Minds Think Alike !
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