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Lousi

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About Lousi

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    English
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    English, French, Greek
  1. "Tu n'as aucune erreur!" Is this considered a negative sentence or a "phrase affirmative"? I consider it a negative sentence, grammatically speaking. It contains "ne .. aucun". The "phrase affirmative" would be "Tu as des erreurs". Am I correct to assume it's a negative sentence despite the meaning being a positive one? Merci!
  2. DRMRSVANDERTRAMPP is a mnemonic device to remember which verbs use être in the passé composé (devenir, revenir, monter, retourner, sortir, venir, arriver, etc...). It doesn't help you distinguish whether or not to use l'imparfait or le passé composé.
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