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Writing complex date recurrence in French
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Because of some points you cannot keep these translations. Here are several clues to correct them, knowing that they have to be generated. Toto has given best answers for the specific cases you ...

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Is there a conditional subjunctive?
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We use subjonctive after « jusqu'à ». For example : Présent J'attends jusqu'à ce qu'il me réponde. Passé J'attendais jusqu'à ce qu'il m'ait répondu. Futur : There is no such thing as « ...

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How to emphasise different parts of a phrase using "ne ... que"?
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First, you do have the right suspicion : Elle n'y est allée qu'une semaine après son arrivée en France. can have both meanings : She only went there after a week. She went there after ...

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Eating in France
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"Le" is definite article, so when your are saying "Elle mange LE petit-déjeuner", you are making reference to some precise breakfast, known by both you and your interlocutor. That's why without any ...

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Changing "faire goûter quelque chose à quelqu'un"
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Weedoze's answer is correct. To chose between le/la and lui, you have to understand the function of the word in the sentence. If the word is COD (Complément d'Objet Direct), it will be replaced by ...

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