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First, why did we use the partitive article "de l'" instead of the indefinite articles "des" for the word "ananas". You can use either the partitive or the indefinite articles here but it makes more sense to use the partitive if you didn't eat whole ananas but chunks / slices of them, probably the most common case. That would ...


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You confuse présent du conditionnel (mangerais) and imparfait de l'indicatif (mangeais). Moreover, both le and habituellement are odd here. Something idiomatic would be: Quand j'avais neuf ans, j'avais l'habitude de manger du fromage. or, if you insist to use habituellement: Quand j'avais neuf ans, je mangeais habituellement du fromage.


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