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comment How many French words do I need to learn to survive in France?
merci beaucoup ! :)
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accepted How many French words do I need to learn to survive in France?
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asked Why does the idiom “une grosse légume” mean “VIP”?
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asked How many French words do I need to learn to survive in France?
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comment Where could I find “simple French novels”?
@le-garry thanks :)
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comment What's the pronoun for “object of a preposition”?
@Circeus , thanks, let me summarize again. 1. question sentences' format are driven by the preposition preceding its Interrogative pronouns. de or à are special case. 2a. avec/pour/...(except de or à) qui = avec/pour/... lequel/laquelle/lesquels/lesquelles; 2b. à qui = auquel; 2c. dont = duquel/desquels/de laquelle/desquelles/d'ou . 3. In 2a or 2b, prep. + qui is preferred when refeering to somebody, instead of something. 4. for 2c, dont has a priority unless de is in a locution (e.g. compound preposition), e.g. au cours de, à l'aide de, près de.
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comment What's the pronoun for “object of a preposition”?
thanks! so auquel = à qui je, duquel = dont, avec/pour lequel/laquelle/... = avec/pour qui. Hmm, why in the last example "duquel" is not possible?
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accepted What's the pronoun for “object of a preposition”?
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accepted Where could I find “simple French novels”?
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asked What's the pronoun for “object of a preposition”?
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accepted Meaning of “de hauts murs que dominent des cyprès”
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comment Meaning of “de hauts murs que dominent des cyprès”
thanks, now i can understand it better... qui; que; dont, à qui, auquel... hmm, noted down :)
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asked Meaning of “de hauts murs que dominent des cyprès”
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comment Does “ne même plus” mean “no more” or “no more than”?
thanks, now i understand!
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accepted Does “ne même plus” mean “no more” or “no more than”?
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asked Does “ne même plus” mean “no more” or “no more than”?