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Kwik Kwiz Question 1

Catherine

Kwiziq community member

22 April 2017

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Kwik Kwiz Question 1

Hello, why is it that in all the examples in this lesson 'chaque' means 'each' but the options of answers to this question (Chaque mardi, je vais à la bibliothèque) do not have that as an option (I thought the meaning was 'Each Tuesday, I go to the library')? I am confused. regards Catherine

This relates to:
Chaque, tous les + [duration] = Each, every (indefinite adjectives) -

Gruff

Kwiziq language super star

22 April 2017

22/04/17

Hi Catherine - thanks for pointing that out - I've corrected that. Of course, in this context "Each Tuesday..." and "Every Tuesday..." mean the same thing so it doesn't matter but if the context were one in which the nuance between them was important then "each" would be the better choice for "chaque". Cordialement, Gruff

Catherine

Kwiziq community member

24 April 2017

24/04/17

Thanks Gruff

Ann

Kwiziq community member

31 May 2018

31/05/18

In the weekend challenge, the translation of the english large was large in French. I used grand to translate the English large, because large means wide in French. A little help here? The contest was le plus large secteur.

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