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The orthography reflects the pronunciation. One of the rule of French orthography is that if two sounds that would be written i occur next to each other, they're not written with ii, but rather with y. This can be either the vowel /i/ followed by the glide /j/ (as in fuyez); or a digraph ending in i (oi, ai, ei) followed by the glide /j/ (as in foyer) or ...


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Sous is indeed odd here. If you want to keep it, that would be sous l'égide de mon professeur. A more usual expression is avec comme professeur Madame Siu. En dehors de l'etudie is hard to read due to a missing accent and a grammatical error. I guess you want to write En dehors de l'étudier but this is partially contradictory given the fact learning the ...


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Ces verbes sont des verbes pronominaux (en anglais reflexive verb). Voici pourquoi on les utilise (source : Wiktionnaire) : En grammaire française, un verbe pronominal est un verbe qui est toujours conjugué avec un pronom complément renvoyant au sujet. Cette construction peut correspondre à différents sens : Sens réfléchi : « Elle se regarde dans le ...


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A verb form that varies depending on the person always has a subject indicating the person. A verb that is a complement of another verb lacks a subject and can only be in an impersonal mood: infinitive or participle. For example, in a sentence like “Pourriez-vous me donner un gâteau?”, there are two verbs: pourriez and donner. The verb pourriez is the main ...



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