Why is ne + plus wrapped around as instead of besoin in the following sentence: Tu n'as plus besoin de ta voiture. Shouldn't it be wrapped around besoin as that is the verb word?
When I enter “Je ne parle pas français” into Google translate I get “I do not speak French.” But if I just type “Je ne pas”, I get “I do not.” Why are the pas and parle switched around in the phrase ...
I'm having a little trouble finding resources on word order here. For instance, turn this into an inverted question: Il n'aurait pas se réveillé. In fact I don't even think I have the ...
How are negative expressions (ne pas, ne aucun(e), ne que, ne jamais, ne plus) formed in the passé composé and is there a way to predict whether it forms around or after the auxilary?