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5 January 2019
My dictionary gives as an example « le trou à 6 mètres de profondeur » is it wrong?
This question relates to:French lesson "Expressing dimensions and measurements (numbers)"
6 January 2019
Le trou a 6 mètres de profondeur. -- The hole has a depth of 6 meters.Le trou est profond de 6 mètres. -- The hole is 6 meters deep.
More than one way to skin a cat. :)
But this way wasn’t given as a possibility in the lesson.
7 January 2019
This example, however, can be found in the lesson:
Cette piscine est profonde de 5 mètres.
It parallels the second example sentence I posted.
M’y question concerne the use of the verb avoir.
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