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Kwiziq community member
1 December 2017
Hi ... does this same (use of 'à) rule apply to towns and villages as well as cities?
This question relates to:French lesson "J'habite à [city] = I live in [city]"
2 December 2017
Kwiziq language super star
27 March 2018
Yes indeed as Ron says, the rules will be the same for towns and villages.
You will use 'à ' or in the case of masculine names ´au' and
'aux' for plural names.
Just a few examples of these:
j'habite à Gordes, j'habite au Chesnay ( Le Chesnay ), j'habite au Pecq (Le Pecq) , j'habite aux Baux de Provence (les Baux de Provence)...
Hope this helps!
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