Also, why cannot 'le temps' be used to say "now it's time to..." ? The correct answer was l'heure.
Freeform Writing Exercise A1
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This question gets asked many times: verbal phrases such as avoir besoin de or avoir envie de are not followed by the partitative article. In 99%, it will just be de+noun with no article. If there should be an article, it always signifies the specific and not the general meaning of the noun.
J'ai avoir besoin de chaussures. -- I need shoes.J'ai avoir besoin des chaussures. -- I need the shoes. (NOT: I need some shoes)
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