I was told that 'visiter' was to visit a museum and not something personal - eg je visite pour voir ta nouvelle cuisine (more or scrutinising!)??

I was told that 'visiter' was to visit a museum and not something personal - eg je visite pour voir ta nouvelle cuisine (more or scrutinising!)??

Asked 4 months ago
MarieKwiziq language super starCorrect answer

Hi Caroline,

Correct, "visiter" is used for places and not a person. In "je visite pour voir ta nouvelle cuisine", there is an implication of "your house/your flat/your place" after "je visite", and could also read "je visite ton appartement pour voir ta nouvelle cuisine".

Hope this helps!

I was told that 'visiter' was to visit a museum and not something personal - eg je visite pour voir ta nouvelle cuisine (more or scrutinising!)??

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