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Kwiziq community member
22 January 2019
What does 'vous veniez me voir chaque semaine'
I chose 'you used to come to see me every week'.
it was marked incorrect and the correct answer was ' you used to come and see me every week'.
voir means to see and there is no 'et' in the sentence
Please explain why this is correct. I couldn't find an answer in my research.
This question relates to:French lesson "Expressing habits or repeated actions in L'Imparfait (imperfect tense)"
23 January 2019
Your answer seems just fine to me. Don't know why it was marked as incorrect.
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24 January 2019
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I did and they instructed me to go here
25 January 2019
Will flag it up Linda...
Bonjour Linda !
I've had a look at the question you mentioned, and I'm a bit confused, as the answer "You used to come to see me every week." is not an option we offer, therefore can't possibly be the one you selected...
The three possible answers are (with the correct one in green here):
You used to come and see me every week You come to see me every week You had come to see me every week
I hope that's helpful!Bonne journée !
Why isn't 'you had come to see me every week' incorrect?
It is incorrect, the only correct option here is "You used to come and see me every week"
thanks sometimes I get too literal in my translations
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