Elles ont tu la raison ... where is the word about in this sentence? Thanks for your help.
The verb 'taire' (not to say/ to keep quiet about something) and which past participle is 'tu' is used very rarely in this way, but you might encounter it as a reflexive 'se taire' -
Taisez-vous! Tais-toi! = Keep quiet/ shut up!
Il s'est tu devant elle = He kept quiet in front of her
In the lesson example -
Il a tu les raisons de son départ, it means, he didn't give the reasons for his leaving
The word 'about' is not necessary in French but I hope this explanation is helpful!
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