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Nous passons par chez Martin.

DeborahB2Kwiziq community member

Nous passons par chez Martin.

 "Nous passons par chez Martin." In the quiz this meant "We're popping by Martin's place". Could it also mean "We're passing by Martin's place". How do you know if they pass by or pop in?  Thanks
Asked 1 year ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Deborah,

To say -

I popped in /dropped by Martin's place, I would use -

Je suis passé/e chez Martin

Whereas, 

Je suis passé/e par chez Martin = I passed by Martin's place

Hope this helps!

Nous passons par chez Martin.

 "Nous passons par chez Martin." In the quiz this meant "We're popping by Martin's place". Could it also mean "We're passing by Martin's place". How do you know if they pass by or pop in?  Thanks

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