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in a position to
en mesure de
stinking
pluant
to get along, manage
débrouiller
too many people
trop de monde
to take a course
suivre un cours
rather
plutôt
Is there an article, (a or de), after plusieurs
No
Can "quoi" be used after "de"
Yes; Je ne comprends pas de quoi tu parles.
down
l'aube
to dare
oser
to settle out, to sort
regler
to scatter
éparpiller
as for me
quant à moi
an inn
une auberge
to sigh
soupirer
to sulk
bouder
a case, bag
une trousse
to admire a lot
extasier
take by, busy
pris de
at the bottom
au fond
to grab
s'emparer de
to assemble, massage
masser
a braid
un galon
gilded
doré
Are monter, descendre, sortir, rentrer, retourner, and passer always used with the etre verb?
No, avoir if have a direct object. Ex.: Elle a descendu la valis.
When can avoir have agreement?
With a d.o.p.. Ex.: J'ai vu une voiture = Je l'ai vue.
Is there a de after après?
No
Example of auquel
Le voyage auquel je pense est trop court.
Example of duquelle
La maison près de laquelle il y a un parc appartient à mon oncle.
Example of dont.
L'amie dont je parle est en Italie maintenant.
What is an alternative of dont?
de qui for people
Timewise: Difference between "dans" and "en"
"dans" means will happen; "en" means happened within a period of time
to be on bad terms with
brouillé avec
misled
égaré
traffic jam
embouteillage
at the time of
lors de
Difference between "mal" and "mauvais"
"Mal" is an adverb, whereas "mauvais" is an adjective
What is the noun form of "all"
tout
dreadful
épouvantable
junk room
le débarras
to deceive
tromper
rag
la loque
to bang
cogner à/contre
flaw, fault
le défaut