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bkemane

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  1. Hi, I was reading a french magazine "le point" and I came up with certain phrases where I am confused as to the preposition/article des/de? Can you help me out please? I know that if an adjective comes before the noun like belles choses- it becomes "de belles choses". But the below examples don't fit in that? Here are the examples: 1. La France : « le nid d’espions ». Why is this not « le nid des espions” 2. Pas une semaine ne passe sans que des actes d’espionnage ou d’infiltration informatique ne soient attribués à la Russie. What is the difference ween "des
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