What's the different between " ici " & " là " ?
'ici' is more like 'here'
'là' is more like 'there'
I think "ici" is "here, on the spot", and "là" is broader, like here in the city. "Signer ici" mais "Je suis là depuis 2 jours".
Would there be a liason in the pronunciation of "est ici"?
yes, you should hear: "le livr-est-T-ici"
The audio quality isn't so good. Couldn't make out the words
What's with Duolingo's obsession with books? It seems that in more than half the sentences they've chosen to make a book either object or subject. This is a call for more diverse sentences!
What is the difference between aussi and ici?
Ici = here aussi = also/as well
¿Que'est-ce que différence des "ici" et "aussi"?
all i hear is 'le livre ici.' there is no 'est' and there is certainly no liason, i got the female voice. i reported it