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se passer + a date

Karen G.B2Kwiziq community member

se passer + a date

Can "se passer" be used with dates?  Like, "Quand se passe le jour de la Bastille" or "Noel se passe le 25 décembre".

Merci d'avance!


Asked 3 years ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Karen, 

I think what you are thinking about with 

'se passer' + date

is what rather than when something happens/happened.

So you could say -

Que se passe-t-il le jour de la Bastille ( le 14 juillet) = What happens on Bastille day ?

Ça s'est passé un 25 décembre = It happened on Christmas day 

Hope this helps!

se passer + a date

Can "se passer" be used with dates?  Like, "Quand se passe le jour de la Bastille" or "Noel se passe le 25 décembre".

Merci d'avance!


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