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comment How can I decipher the phrase “On en était où?”
Merci, mais ce n'est pas la réponse à mon question.
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accepted How can I decipher the phrase “On en était où?”
Jan
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comment How can I decipher the phrase “On en était où?”
@Unfrancophone Great, thanks a lot!
Jan
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comment How can I decipher the phrase “On en était où?”
@Larme Thanks for your comment! Maybe you could clarify my last doubts about this phrase. So, in this construction en être doesn't replace de + nom, does it?
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Jan
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comment How can I decipher the phrase “On en était où?”
So, what you're saying is that in this case en doesn't replace de + nom construction? If so, it might be the similar use, like with the phrase s'en aller, for example, right?
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asked How can I decipher the phrase “On en était où?”
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comment Office de/du tourisme
@Trimok, Merci! Néanmoins, comme vous avez vu sur l'image au-dessus, c'est possible :)
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comment Office de/du tourisme
Merci pour si profonde réponse!
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comment Office de/du tourisme
But descriptive goes without article, and du = de + le, which is how possessive form is constructed.
Nov
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comment Office de/du tourisme
Mais, j'ai toujours pensé que "de + article" sert à exprimer posession. Voir ici par exemple. Est-ce que la phrase "office du tourisme" correcte?
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asked Office de/du tourisme
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comment Lack of phonetic transcriptions in French & Audio Dictionaries with Prononciations
Thanks man! So much time has passed, since I asked this question. But still any information will be much appreciated. Yeah, Google Translate does a decent job, but it's still far from perfect. Personally, I've got used to forvo.com, but it's kinda slow. The advantage is that the words are pronounced by real people, not machines.
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accepted Why is “la/le” used more often than “un/une” for noun definitions?
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