Salut! I'm probably more lazy than most, but I've always struggled with remembering vocabulary. I took French in high school and college, and have had an "on and off again" relationship with practicing ever since. There's always so many things I want to do, and French ends up taking a backseat.
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By vince le baguette
I have a question regarding french relative clauses that I just can't figure out by myself. Here two examples:
Ces trois couleurs ce sont celles que l'on retrouve dans le tableau de Delacroix.
Elle a été créée après les décolonisations des années 1950 et 1960, comme vous pourrez le voir
dans cet extrait vidéo qui raconte l'histoire de la francophonie.
Can anyone explain to me 1) whether the article in the highlighted section is obligatory 2)if so, why and when it is obligatory 3) if not, why it is used and what difference it makes compared to leaving it out
Bonjour, I was listening to this cover of Nea's Some Say and half of it is in French. I understand French a little bit, but with songs it's more difficult. I'm especially having trouble with the line following Et j'attendrai, j'attendrai, it's at 1:27. If someone would help me with it I'd be very happy! And if someone transcribed the entire French part that would just be amazing. Merci!
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