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Dec
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comment How can we distinguish “H-muet” or “H-aspiré”?
Thanks for your complete answer.
Dec
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accepted How can we distinguish “H-muet” or “H-aspiré”?
Dec
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asked How can we distinguish “H-muet” or “H-aspiré”?
Dec
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accepted Definite article or indefinite article?
Dec
8
accepted Using “de” or “en” to indicate that an object is made out of some material
Dec
6
answered Différence entre le passé simple et le passé composé
Dec
6
comment The order of direct and indirect object pronouns
@Gilles:I wrote it myself! I'm sure that this is useful.
Dec
6
comment The pronouns “en” and “y”
@Gilles:I wrote it myself! I'm sure that this is useful.
Dec
6
answered The order of direct and indirect object pronouns
Dec
6
answered The pronouns “en” and “y”
Dec
5
asked Using “de” or “en” to indicate that an object is made out of some material
Dec
5
revised The partitive articles in negative sentences
added 409 characters in body
Dec
5
comment The partitive articles in negative sentences
:It means that the indefinite articles that becomes de after negation is partitive articles?préposition de négation does not exist?
Dec
4
asked Definite article or indefinite article?
Dec
4
revised The partitive articles in negative sentences
deleted 3 characters in body
Dec
4
revised The partitive articles in negative sentences
added 4 characters in body; edited title
Dec
4
asked The partitive articles in negative sentences
Dec
4
revised Comparing things (eg. as good as)
edited body
Dec
4
awarded  Necromancer
Dec
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accepted The pronouns “en” and “y”