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French teenagers look forward to the sports seasons during their school year. True or False
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When you answer the phone in France, you should say "bonjour!" True or False
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Why is the sentence "Je joue du piano" correct and the sentence "Je joue au piano" not correct?
Weegy: This is because "au" means "at" therefore the sentence is reading "I play at the piano" whereas "du" means "of" which translated from French to English, is saying "I play (of) the piano" {As in I am a pianist..make sense?] (More)
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Which adjectives go before the nouns in French? Give specific examples. What helps you remember this?
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Use a stress pronoun to say the following: with me. IN FRENCH
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