Dang it! I put pork instead of chicken! Its way past my bedtime...I need some sleep...
me too... i just keep watching too much anime (o~o)
And I dont get it, it always sounds like EL whatever they say, EL, ELS, ELLE, ELLES. Its so crazy it sounds always the same, how in the name of god you know which of them it means?????
You distinguish elles from elle by the conjugation used. "elles" does not "mange".
I have this kind of confusion too. Still a bit confusing.. gotta train that ear
Will someone follow me pretty plz
Why does it have to have some? Its stupid
you don't, i don't write some and i get it right
I know this has little to do with the question, but what on Earth is the diffence between mange manger manges and so on? I'm always getting things wrong because i have no clue.
They are all different tenses. For example manger is the infinitive which can change to mange and manges duento who it is directed at like "je mange" is I eat and "tu manges" is YOU eat. So it depends
Chicken and fish together? That doesn't sound like a good combination...
when I type in Elles mangent du poisson et du poulet, the computer says I am correct?
I believe it accepts both "Elles mangent" and "Elle mange" because in this case we cannot tell which variation is correct
Poultry=chicken in general
i heard elle mange du poisson et LE poulet
If you tried option 1 ('Elle mange du poisson') and got it wrong, you might as well have gotten confused with the meanings of the 2 words 'poisson' and 'poulet'. 'Poulet' means chicken, 'Poisson' means fish.
I think that this is crazy. Doesn't "du" mean some of the?
The hover hints have probably been typed wrong. I looked it up on the Web, and it means 'OF'. You're close!
i'm more chicken than fish
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Can someone tell me why it is 'du' here instead of 'le poisson et le poulet.' ?
because du is for "some" and le is for "the"
You're half right. 'Le' DOES mean the, but 'Du' means of.
guys is it not weird that you get progress when you click " can't speak now"?
She is getting fat
Is the literal translation not, "She eats of chicken and of fish? Why is there a "du" before the chicken and fish?
The screen says "type what you hear". I did this correctly and got it wrong for not translating...