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Yesterday I received a very strange sequence of phrases in the English course:
in the sequence...
First time I've encountered Sommes-nous. threw me off a bit.
It's because the pronoun in the beginning of the sentence goes in front, instead of if it were in the middle "nous sommes"
What is the difference between les and des ?
les= the, des = some or of (though omitted in most cases)
les filles= "the girls"
des filles = "some girls" or just "girls".