if "il a un joli chat" means he has a lovely cat, how come the question says I'm correct when i type "he's a lovely cat"? i kept typing "he is a lovely cat" but it would say I'm wrong and that the proper answer is "he's a lovely cat" which was frustrating because I thought that he's and he is are the same, but i see now that neither of those is correct because it is "he HAS". lol
You may not contract "has" when it means "to possess". You may contract "has" when it is used as an auxiliary verb.
Do you guys realize that "he's" is an acceptable contraction for "he has"? "He's" can mean either "he is" (far more common) or "he has" (rarely used but still grammatically correct).
Google translates Cute as Mignonne but, isn't Cute also a correct translation for Joli?
Until now I've mostly noticed the adjective after its noun, but here it is adjective before noun, like in English. Would "Il a un chat joli" be correct too, or is there some difference?
My friends, I have this problem for years. Even when I was in level 17. Yupp level 17. My tablet went out and goggle changed the format, I lost A LL my points... Or most .
I said pretty too, but I think this transposable with lovely. The meaning is much the same in the UK, but I don't know about the USA, so I think the site should allow you both, at least for UK users.