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Friday at 06:30 PM
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Wednesday at 05:33 AM
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Bonjour Scott !


Thank you for your comment !

It should be "une histoire vraie" !


A bientรดt !

Marie Alice

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Scott
Monday at 02:35 PM
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should that be 'un histoire vrai' ou 'une histoire vraie?'

Virginie
Wednesday at 06:22 AM
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Anytime!

Munia
Tuesday at 11:23 PM
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Merci bien Virginie ! Now it's all clear! :grin:

Virginie
Tuesday at 11:11 PM
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Hi Munia,


Thank you for your comment! You are right! There is a typo on the video for "Une histoire vraie", that we are currently working on correcting. However, the vocabulary in the Lesson Notes should be all good.


As for "une papeterie", it has two meanings in French: it can either refer to the store or to stationery itself.


For example : J'ai de la papeterie ร  la maison = I have stationery at home.


We apologize for the mistake, and hope you enjoy our videos!


Thank you again,


Virginie

Munia
Saturday at 04:42 AM
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Nice video! However, I'd like to make a couple of comments:


* Wouldn't it be "Une histoire vrai ?" "Histoire" is a feminine noun, after all (and besides, Celine actually says "une" instead of "un").


* I'm probably confused because my English is not that good, but I believed that, while "papeterie" is a shop, "stationery" is not. I thought "papeterie" is "stationer's", or "stationery store". But again, maybe I should ask this at "Englishclass101.com. :roll: