"Je n'ai plus d'eau."
Translation:I have no more water.
I'm wondering the same thing. The male voice pronounces the "s", but the female voice does not. So, maybe it's a regional difference?
If we are voting on this I say pronouncing the "s" is out and out incorrect. Having it pronounced just undercuts peoples confidence, misinforms and wastes peoples time. By the way, the exact same sentence is used in another exercise but from English to French, however, the "s" is not pronounced there. Fix it.
The male reader pronounced "plus" as PLOOS, even though it was not before a vowel. Is this commonly done?
I put " I haven't any more water." I was marked incorrect with the correct answer showing as " I have no more water." I think my answer is also correct.
Have here is an essential verb not an Auxiliary so you can not add (not) directly Without auxiliary verb Do Should be (I do not have )
As Trofaste said, this would be "I have no more of the water". In general, there's a rule that du, de la, de l', and des in positive sentences become de or d' in negative sentences, with the exception of a few verbs including être.
See here for more details: https://french.kwiziq.com/revision/grammar/the-partitive-article-in-negative-sentences
Indeed, added it, thanks!
The changes may take a few days to show, unfortunately there's nothing we can do about it but wait and be patient.
If you have "I do not have more water" rejected BEFORE 9 April, 2018, please just move on (maybe grumbling at the computer out loud, but don't post it in the comments or put it in a report!).
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