When you are doing the -- > ll would you always have an (a) with it if you are doing he has or could you put something else for has.
ll a des chaussures.
Avoir is to have and 3rd person singular for avoir is a. He has will always be il a in the present tense.
Thank you. :D
That's a lot of languages and streaks.
Yes, I started with a few that I wanted to refresh French, 1st then Spanish and Russian. Then realized I could learn more, something I have always wanted to do. I don't do every language every day. The streak means that I practice or learn a skill at least once a day, and more if I have time.
That's amazing. I hope that I can learn many languages. Learning languages is fun. I am learning Spanish in school. For high school. I am a Freshman learning level 2 Spanish since I did Spanish one in middle school. On here, I am reviewing my Spanish, doing French and doing some Italian.
Very cool. I learned French starting in Jr. high school through college, Spanish in high school and Russian in college. My daughter told me that when she started learning Italian after Spanish she forgot her Spanish but I think that may have been because she did only one language at a time. This website would have been very useful for me if it had existed when I was your age as I took French and Spanish at the same time in high school.
Fluency is faster if you concentrate on one language. Learning multiple languages at once will help with the flipping back and forth between languages.
BTW when I mentioned the need to only practice or learn a skill once per day, my learning level in the coaching area is casual.
That's funny. I do think learning both languages back and forth will help me. I am also doing the casual but I already have like 400 for today. I think I am going to stick to the languages I am learning today and do those every day.
Merci pour votre aide. Bonne journée!