Seems to me that « were going every summer » and « used to go every summer » are pretty much the same thing. My translator for nous allions agreed. What’s the difference and how does one say « were going? » Merci !
Yes, I would agree. Did you find an example where these two are translated differently?
The difference would appear to be in the English, not in the French. What was the context?
Used to go does not equate were going every summer.They are not the same
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