Our neighbours are settling into their new house. 'Settling down in their new house' is not something i have ever heard anyone say.
"settling into" has been added. Thanks!
Why is "settle in" not correct?
Can someone exolain why the word 'install' does not have the nous ending of 'ons'?
The subject is "our neighbors/nos voisins" or "they/ils/elles" are getting settled into their new house (third person plural). "We/nous" is not the subject of the sentence.
why can't it be "settling in" their new house?
It can also be "are settling in..."
Can it be "Nos voisins s'installent dans leurs vouvelles maisons", at least, when you are asked to write down what you are listening to.
Yes, the audio for the singular and plural are indistinguishable. The sound has been disabled for this exercise.
Why do I have to make them progressive tense in English?
Who said you have to?
'my neighbours settle in their new house' is wrong?
It's "our" neighbors, nos voisins.