Question on this sentence, " J'ai visité Paris. "

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Question on this sentence, " J'ai visité Paris. "

Is this an exception case that we omit the "à", do you have other similar example? 

Thank you.

Asked 10 months ago
CécileKwiziq language super starCorrect answer

Hi Carine,

There is no need for the 'à' here as the verb is simply: 

to visit + town

e.g. J'ai visité Paris, Rome et Berlin.

but if you said:

 I went to ...

it would be - Je suis allée à Paris, à Rome et à Berlin.

Hope this helps!

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Question on this sentence, " J'ai visité Paris. "

Is this an exception case that we omit the "à", do you have other similar example? 

Thank you.

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