Quand elle est entrée dans la salle, tous les regards se sont tournés VERS ELLE.

Quand elle est entrée dans la salle, tous les regards se sont tournés VERS ELLE.

so sounds like ("ver elle") as recorded? Or like ("ver zelle")( with liason)?
Asked 1 year ago
AurélieKwiziq language super starCorrect answer

Bonjour Kristin !

Actually, you never do the liaison with vers : I tried lots of different cases in my head, and they all sound very weird to my native ear!

I cannot give you an explanation for it, other than the usual "...and that would be too easy!"  ;)

Bonne journée !

I believe it is "ver-z-elle". But a native speaker's input would be greatly appreciated. -- Chris (not a native speaker).

Quand elle est entrée dans la salle, tous les regards se sont tournés VERS ELLE.

so sounds like ("ver elle") as recorded? Or like ("ver zelle")( with liason)?

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