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Kwiziq community member
27 January 2019
"In a Clothes Store" writing test
Bonjour Aurélie et Cécile,
My problem is with this phrase in the above writing lesson
"...jacket that I bought FROM you two weeks ago." Correct translation given is :"que je vous ai achetée il y a deux semaines."
I can't find the lesson describing this usage of object pronouns. Why is it not "que j'ai acheté DE vous"? Does not "que je vous ai acheté" mean that I bought FOR you? Please explain using FROM in this context. Thanks!
This question relates to:French lesson "Position of object pronouns with verbs in compound tenses"
Kwiziq language super star
3 February 2019
You could say -
...que j’ai acheté chez vous...
Indeed que je vous ai acheté can mean that I bought you but in that context it is clear that it is a return...
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