Mon aussi

AndyC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Mon aussi

Why is it I very occasionally see “mon aussi” appear as a correct translation of "me too" as well as "moi aussi”?

Even Google Translate has this marked with a tick and I must say it does ring a bell from learning French in School years ago. Does it have anything to do with two vowels appearing next to each other of "moi aussi”?

Thanks for any help.

Asked 1 year ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Andy, 

Moi aussi is the correct one here...

ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Hi Andy,

in my (limited) experience I haven't come across "mon aussi". I'll ask the two native speakers I am in touch with and see what they have to say about this.

-- Chris (not a native speaker).

ChrisC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Accordig to them, "mon aussi" is incorrect.

-- Chris

AndyC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Thanks Chris.

I think I've seen it appear a few times in literature too, so there's chance it's a really old holdover. So so curious!

AlanC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor
If you've seen it online I would guess it's an OCR error when the book was scanned in.
AndyC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor
I was under no doubt which one was correct. I was curious why it is I very occasionally see “mon aussi” appear as a correct translation of "me too" as well.

Mon aussi

Why is it I very occasionally see “mon aussi” appear as a correct translation of "me too" as well as "moi aussi”?

Even Google Translate has this marked with a tick and I must say it does ring a bell from learning French in School years ago. Does it have anything to do with two vowels appearing next to each other of "moi aussi”?

Thanks for any help.

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