"I want to go to my garden!"
Translation:Je veux aller dans mon jardin !
In conversational French, is allez and aller really spoken the same way as allez? Its really frustrating to "speak what you hear" sometimes in this program. Can someone expound on this?
Usually, you hear the conjugated verb first, then the infinitive one (if any)
I do believe allez and aller sound the same, I am not a native though, so I'm not sure about it.
Just need to train your ears and know the basic rules of sentence constructing, then you should be fine :)
allez and aller are pronounced the same. The final r of aller is never pronounced. When verbs are strung together, only the first one is conjugated, the others are infinitives. So it would have to be "je veux aller", not "je veux allez".
Any difference from using à or dans while constructing this sentence?
I used à, and was accepted, but another solution showed dans can be used as well.