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Kwiziq community member
3 January 2018
Some sources name a "plural partitive" - des. This lesson doesn't though. I can't really see how something could be uncountable and plural at the same time. Would you agree?
This question relates to:French lesson "Using du, de la, de l', des to express some or any (partitive articles)"
5 January 2018
6 January 2018
Kwiziq language super star
27 February 2018
It has taken me a while to understand what the problem is here...
The exemple you give is incorrect , in French if you want to express different types of things, you will not use the partitive "Des" but something like ,
Vous avez essayé plusieurs/différentes sortes de thé or vous avez essayé des thés différents/ divers ?
you can't simply say des thés, this would be the same for any kind of food stuff.
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