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Je perdis l’équilibre

KateB2Kwiziq community member

Je perdis l’équilibre

I don’t understand why this translates in the present as well as in the historic past?

Asked 1 year ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi kate,

"I lost my balance" is the verb 'to lose' in the past tense.

"I lose my balance"

would be the present tense.

Hope this helps!

Je perdis l’équilibre

I don’t understand why this translates in the present as well as in the historic past?

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