My French teacher recently told me that the interrogative qui can be used both as an interrogate as well as taking the place of a pronoun. I may be incorrectly interpreting what she said and this may ...
Cette exception est issue des pages 162-163 de Advanced French Grammar de V. Mazet. With certain verbs, the placement doesn't follow the normal rules mentioned earlier. With faire faire, laisser ...
I came about the French word "eux". I'm a bit confused of the proper usage of the word. Is it "them" or "they", or do the usages not correspond? When is eux used in French?
Ce qui suit est issu de la P164 de Advanced French Grammar de V Mazet : If both the object and the subject of the infinitive are named in the sentence, the subject is relpaced by the indirect ...