The lesson says that when talking about specifics, you use être, but the kwiz said this should be aller:
Martine était malade, mais elle ________ mieux à présent.
She is feeling better at present sounds like it is specific, so why is 'est' not right here?
I think maybe I get it. "I feel better" is general, but "I AM tired" is specific.
So its more about the fact that feelings are general, but you are something specific.
Bonjour Rant !
C'est exactement ça !
But I agree it can be made clearer in the lesson, and so I did just that :)
I hope that's helpful!Bonne journée !
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