I thought I just read in the notes that for third person we were supposed to use "etre" as in "C'est professeur".
With professions it is either "C'est un (profession) " or "Il/elle est (profession) ".
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That is what it has taught me up until now but suddenly answering the question here it said I was wrong. Annoying.
In French, the indefinite article (a/an) is not used with professions.
Il est professeur - he is a professor / teacher. I am wrong with both answers. Glitch in the course.
What is the difference in French between professor and teacher? The same word for both professions?
It has been teaching "He is a teacher" all this time but then when it asks me what it means and I put that, it says I am wrong and that it is "He is a professor".
Its so annoying because obviously it makes sense and I would've said "professor" before but Duo all the previous times taught teacher and then suddenly that is the wrong answer.
lmao this is confusing
duo will come for my family just learn your french kids
Jfc i spelt professeur as professuer for some reason it counted it wrong- simple mistake like