uh isn't "j'aime des jeux de mots" incorrect because you can't use "des/du/de la/de l'" when using verbs of preference?
Because with aimer/adorer, you always use the definite article.
This is, I think, because when you say "I like puns", you're taking about all puns in general. Thus, "les jeux de mots"
"J'aime des jeux de mots" would be a correct but unusual way to say "I like some puns" but indeed couldn't mean "I like puns"
meanwhile im a beginner who doesnt even know why its de jeux but not le jeux
Why des mots is wrong??
can sitesirf explain plz thnx
What is the difference between "J'aime des jeux de mots" and "J'aime bien des jeux de mots"? When would one use one rather than the other? Thanks
Aimer can be love or like, but aimer bien is never love, only like, really like or enjoy.
Why is "j'adore" wrong?
because that would be "I love puns", however its "i like puns" so it would only be "j'aime"
Can I use "blague" here? I think the french use this word to describe "joke".
aimer bien is similar but perhaps a bit less strong than aimer.
Yeah. Screw this one.
How am I supposed to get this? 'jeu des mots' or something was the suggestion.
why not " j'aime bien les jeux des mots" ? tnx
I am constantly being pushed into stupid guessing games... :(
Why are two answers acceptable? We need more definition please
Surely there must be more word games in french than just puns!?
Mais ma soeur deteste les jeux de mots, donc ma soeur me deteste.
Why de and not de ?