Hello ! I'm French and doing this lesson in reverse to test me. So, "jusqu'à chez nous" is a very ugly phrase in French. We can say it, but only in oral and in general Frenchs who say this, don't speak a very good language... hope i've help.
No. Jusqu'à is "jusque + à"
ils..marche Listen to the s becoming z even though there is no liaison duo is using one. Is this the way the french say this?
The S haven't to be pronounced. Trust me, i'm french ! Plurial isn't pronounced the way you do in english. In french, plurial is mute.
No. As a French learning english, i can tell you that the french pronounciation of the S is different. Pluriel in the end of a word is never pronounced. Il marche and ils marchent are pronounced the same. Hope i've help.
Yes, if you want to be super exact. But "walk to" and "walk towards" in this case convey the same meaning
I disagree. If they only walk towards our house, they don't make it all the way.
For some reason the pronunciation seems to be saying jusqu'à. Reported 2014-08-26 16:25 UTC