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Évidemment, quelle question ! :) (Obviously, why the question!)


"Tout" is a global adjective, literally meaning "all" or "everything" If you want to say "all of us/all of them" then you need to use "tous." So, instead of "Nous tout disons..." you should use, "Nous disons tous..." Notice the verb usually goes before the "tous." That being said, you could say, "Nous allons tous te dire tout"


"Je me fais toujours piquer" is how you properly say it.


If the rest of the sentence is a condition, like "I always get stung when I sleep with my window open", you would say "je me fais toujours piquer quand je dors la fenêtre ouverte". With less context, "tout le temps" would be much more common than "toujours", although slightly more familiar : "je me fais piquer tout le temps" or "je me fais tout le temps ...


I think what may be confusing you is the literary omission of "pas" in the sentence. Would you understand it better if it had been written, « ...nous ne pouvons pas nous plaindre qu’il en manque.... » ? The reflexive pronoun will always follow the negated verb, so to answer your second question: yes, with all of those verbs the reflexive pronoun ...


Quand on utilise un adverbe avec un verbe (dans une phrase construite), l'ordre a une importance: Oui, pour les adverbes communs (qui ont un sens précis, notamment). Non (en tous cas, cela ne se dit pas), pour des adverbes spéciaux ou généraux, comme: beaucoup, trop, moins. Ceux-ci ne s'utilisent qu'après le verbe: Je l'aime beaucoup, je l'aime trop, je ...


Yes you can do it. Maybe this link will help you (if you understand French)

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