Why not "Il faut te debarrasser de cette mauvaise habitude"?
I reported "l faut SE débarrasser de cette mauvaise habitude."
"Vous devez vous débarrasser de cette mauvaise habitude" What is wrong?
nothing, report it. Cheers
Il faut que tu te debarasses de cette mauvaise habitude?
That seems perfect to me!
That's technically in subjunctive, right? Because of the "il faut que"? It's just that the subjunctive and the present tense look exactly the same in "tu" form.
To be more complete: yes, this is true for verbs that end with -er, but not in general!
It says that I may not write "habitude mauvaise" - is this a case where the adjective has to be before the noun?
Yes, "mauvais" is one of the words that goes in front of the noun.
Why does this sentence contain a reflexive verb? If I say, "I am clearing the table", then does this sentence require a reflexive too? I don't think so............?
If you think of it as you must rid yourself of this bad habit it does make more sense, though.
Why not éliminer?
c'est quoi la difference entre " debarrasser " et "disposer" ?