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Let's not PROPOSE

Try substituting PROPOSE with …

What about if we postpone our trip one day later?”/What about postponing our trip…?

“I suggest we drive rather than fly.” (you can use THAT after suggest and recommend but it’s not necessary) 67 more words

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4.8 Reflexive Verbs in the Past

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Read the following phrases and think about the differences between the past and the present forms of reflexive verbs.

Je ne me rase pas aujourd’hui, mais je me suis rasé hier. 239 more words

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To concentrate but not to be concentrated


La maîtrise de l’anglais”  is typically the goal of every French person who has been studying or just speaking English for many years. In my opinion, a better goal would be to reduce mistakes, bad habits such as the one  I will focus on today. 157 more words

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SHAKESPEARE

William Shakespeare – To be, or not to be ( Hamlet)

To be, or not to be: that is the question:
Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer… 273 more words

POETRY

Wish you were here!

Vorrei che tu fossi qui!

Con l’estate in pieno vigore viene naturale prendere spunto da un’espressione tipicamente vacanziera come “wish you were here” per fare un piccolo appunto grammaticale a proposito proprio del verbo… 857 more words

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4.7 Passé Composé and Object Pronouns

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Read the following sentences and compare the three different sentence groups.

Le pain? Il l’a mangé. Le chien? Je l’ai eu. Le livre? Nous l’avons lu. 406 more words

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4.6 Passé Composé and Negation

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J’ai étudié le français, mais je n’ai pas étudié l’anglais. Tu l’as vu, mais tu ne m’as jamais vu. Marc n’est pas encore arrivé parce qu’il est encore en Angleterre. 176 more words

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