Les enfants croient tout ce qu'on dit

BeatrizA2Kwiziq community member

Les enfants croient tout ce qu'on dit

Why is there no "en" or "à" in this sentence ? 

Asked 9 months ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Beatriz,

This is a good question.

You could have an à after croire in this example but it isn't required which is very odd.

Les enfants croient tout ce qu'on dit Children believe everything they are told as true

Je ne le crois pas = I don't believe him (you don't believe he is telling the truth)

Hope this helps!

JimC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Hi Beatriz,

"Les enfants croient tout ce qu'on dit"  --> Children believe all that one says (or we say).

There is no requirement for "en" nor "à"    --  Does this explain to your satisfaction?

If not post again with your further concerns and we will try to help further.

Jim

Les enfants croient tout ce qu'on dit

Why is there no "en" or "à" in this sentence ? 

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