<> Why no article before cours?

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White

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3 February 2019

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<> Why no article before cours?

This question relates to:
French dictation exercise "Le ski avec l'école (A1)"

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

3 February 2019

3/02/19

Hi White, 

The expression is -

‘Avoir cours’ which means to have lessons/lectures , to have school. That is just how it is, you will French students saying for instance-

“Je ne peux pas venir, j’ai cours ce matin”, meaning they have to go to school.

But they might be more specific and say -

J’ai un cours de français demain.

Hope this helps!

 

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