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"In this situation we may translate by something like "son coeur lui appartient". "mo…"

Chantal Savignat replied Jun 26 to Correct translation!

6 Jun 26
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"it's an expression ? so difficult to translate expressions. .... "mon coeur est mien…"

Chantal Savignat replied Jun 25 to Correct translation!

6 Jun 26
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"what  does "my heart is my own" mean  ? and when do you say that ? what is the conte…"

Chantal Savignat replied Jun 21 to Correct translation!

6 Jun 26
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"Une riposte est plus guerrière, plus agressive, plus vive."

Chantal Savignat replied Jun 21 to reponse v. riposte

2 Jun 21
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""Suite à votre lettre" "suite à votre demande" "suite à votre question" "suite à not…"

Chantal Savignat replied Jun 21 to suite a

1 Jun 21
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"It's one of the most difficult rules. I think a lot of french natives (the big major…"

Chantal Savignat replied Nov 17, 2018 to Argument dans ma classe de conversation.

7 Nov 18, 2018
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"L'accord du participe passé avec l'auxiliaire avoir..... toute une aventure... Le ve…"

Chantal Savignat replied Nov 17, 2018 to Argument dans ma classe de conversation.

7 Nov 18, 2018
Reply by Maxim Adams

"it's closer to "look for". It never means "fetch". I think "aller trouver" is closer…"

Chantal Savignat replied Nov 11, 2018 to to go and look for vs. to fetch

3 Nov 11, 2018
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"Hello. Yes it may be the same construction. And we have to add informations or cont…"

Chantal Savignat replied Nov 9, 2018 to to go and look for vs. to fetch

3 Nov 11, 2018
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"Yes I didn't think about that, but I think all "path" nouns can be used with "être"…"

Chantal Savignat replied Oct 15, 2018 to avoir descendu l'arbre

6 Oct 15, 2018
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