Vous êtes censés ________ sur le trottoir. You're supposed to walk on the sidewalk.. You're supposed to walk on the sidewalk.

Vous êtes censés ________ sur le trottoir. You're supposed to walk on the sidewalk.. You're supposed to walk on the sidewalk.

You are supposed to walk (ones/yourself) on the side walk. Why is the use of "se promener" incorrect? ie. Vous êtes censés te promene sur le trottoir.
Asked 8 months ago
CécileKwiziq language super starCorrect answer

Hi Stephen,

This is how the sentence goes if you were to conjugate it :

Je suis censé/e me promener ...

Tu es censé/e te promener...

Il/elle/on est censé/e se promener...

Nous sommes censés nous promener...

Vous êtes censé/s vous promener...

Ils/elles sont censés/es se promener...

But I suspect they wanted you to use the verb 'marcher'??

Hope this helps!

Correction:

Stephen again. ie. Vous êtes censés se promener sur le trottoir.

Vous êtes censés ________ sur le trottoir. You're supposed to walk on the sidewalk.. You're supposed to walk on the sidewalk.

You are supposed to walk (ones/yourself) on the side walk. Why is the use of "se promener" incorrect? ie. Vous êtes censés te promene sur le trottoir.

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