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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Did you get it right?

Frenchpod101.com
Monday at 03:30 AM
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Bonjour Paul et merci pour votre message.


Vous avez raison, nous allons modifier cela !

Passez une bonne journée ! 😄


Bon dimanche !

Marie Alice

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Paul Gagnon
Tuesday at 11:29 AM
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Hi, I understand that the translations are not always exact. However, I believe the following should have included "le petit déjeuner" & the 2nd example is missing "I think"


On a besoin de lait et de pain pour demain matin (morning does not equal breakfast).

We need some milk and bread for tomorrow's breakfast.


Une, ça ira, je pense. (I think)

One should be fine.("I think" is missing)


Regards

Paul

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Monday at 12:56 AM
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Bonjour Paul !


C'est une bonne question !

ma, ta et sa deviennent mon, ton et son devant un « h » muet ou une voyelle.

Exemples :

Mon amie vient du Portugal.

Ton épouse est dermatologue.

Son arrière grand-mère est encore en vie.


Bonne journée !

Marie Alice

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Paul
Friday at 01:39 AM
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Pourquoi est il 'mon épouse', au lieu de 'ma épouse', parce-que c'est un mot feminine?


Merci bien!