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apprendre v. enseigner

i just came across this sentence:  Avec ces poupées, on apprend aux filles qu’elles doivent faire attention à leur apparence, à leurs vêtem…

Started by alan gould in French Grammar

0 Aug 3, 2019

The French way of saying leave

French uses several words for leave. It is very confusing for me.  The French words are laisser, partir, se partir, conge, quitter etc. P…

Started by Crack1 in French Grammar

0 Jul 24, 2019

Correct translation!

Hey, Was looking for some help with the correct translation of "my heart is my own" would "mon coeur est le mien" be accurate? Or would it…

Started by Gemma Christina in Translation Help

6 Jun 26, 2019
Reply by Chantal Savignat

reponse v. riposte

when would u use one over the other? 

Started by alan gould in French Grammar

2 Jun 21, 2019
Reply by Chantal Savignat

suite a

what are common ways to use this?  i think one is "suite a votre lettre..."

Started by alan gould in French Grammar

1 Jun 21, 2019
Reply by Chantal Savignat

suite a

what are common ways to use this?  i think one is "suite a votre lettre..."

Started by alan gould in French Grammar

1 May 12, 2019
Reply by George Hunt

How to write lain down in French

  I lie down for a nap at two o’clock every day. Je me couche tous les jours pour faire une sieste à deux heures. I have lain down every…

Started by Crack1 in French Grammar

1 Mar 27, 2019
Reply by George Hunt

Argument dans ma classe de conversation.

Est-ce qu'on dit," la bouteille qu'il a ouvert" ou "la bouteille qu'il a ouverte"?

Started by Maxim Adams in French Grammar

7 Nov 18, 2018
Reply by Maxim Adams

to go and look for vs. to fetch

Scenario: I need something which may or may not be in the garage.  If I know where it is in the garage, I will "fetch" it (je vais le cherc…

Started by Billy Bosworth in French Grammar

3 Nov 11, 2018
Reply by Chantal Savignat

avoir descendu l'arbre

Why is the above sentence considered incorrect to translate 'I climbed/came down the tree'? I am of the understanding that 'Descendre de l'…

Started by michael rivers in French Grammar

6 Oct 15, 2018
Reply by Chantal Savignat

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