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comment Can I say: “Tu peux venir avec moi pour .. ?”
So, "deux minutes" or "une minute"? -)
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comment How is the 'root' of the verbs referred to?
Kareen, this is was not intended to be dictionary-check or quick-translation question. I am a native speaker of both French and English languages. I know what the word "root" means in both and in a several more. What I didn't know was the LINGUISTIC term. I did not even know I had it right with "root" in English, which I used to ask the question. Doesn't make sense to look something up without knowing. The comments above are egoistic and self-satisfactory, serving to nothing. Thank you though for clarifying. And I thank with all my heart to @Stamm for showing the decency of not being a smarty.
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