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tips and notes for french?

Crystle
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In my Spanish skill tree there a tips and notes section explaining the grammar for each set of lessons, but there aren't any in my French one. Is it like this for anyone else?

4 years ago

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alexinIreland
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The tips and notes are only there if the contributors for that course have decided to put them in, so the French contributors may add them in time, but for now, there are none for the course.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/PERCE_NEIGE
PERCE_NEIGE
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I read this question several times on this forum. I think Remy, the contributor for French, made his tips on the forum, I think, he did many dicussion with this. Have you got some particular trouble with some kind of grammar in French, there's a lot of dicussion about this, and we can make a special discussion for you if the problem has not been yet solved.

4 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Crystle
Crystle
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There are just some grammatical rules that I'm not able to figure out. I'm having some difficulty with concepts such as when to use a vs de, or de vs en, dans vs en, etc. in different contexts. Also, in general word order -- in sentences where there's adjectives, multiple verbs and negatives etc. I sometimes have trouble figuring out what the word order should be.

4 years ago