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Kwiziq community member
17 January 2018
Nous nous habillions
Nous nous habillions à 6 heures et demie.
We dressed up at half past 6.
In English "dressing up" is closer to se costumer or se deguiser, I think.
S'habiller is closer to "dressing"
This relates to:Conjugate reflexive verbs in L'Imparfait (imperfect tense) -
29 January 2018
Kwiziq language super star
15 April 2018
I would have translated,
Nous nous habillions à...
We got dressed at...
and indeed to dress up is se déguiser.
Will let Kwiziq know.
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