Mix up with singular and plural answers

The French/English answers are backwards:the singular translation is listed as the plural answer and vice-versa. "The grapes are red" shows "Le raisin est rouge.", and "The grape is red." shows the plural answer.

July 16, 2017


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I have posted answers to your previous post on the same topic:

It was possible to edit your first post, or to add some details in the comments. It was not necessary to start a new discussion.

July 16, 2017

In short: 'grape' does not mean 'raisin'. It is more subtle than that. It means 'grain de raisin'. So, most of the time 'raisin' (singular) will be translated into 'grapes' (plural).

July 16, 2017
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