why 'certaines' and not 'certains'
Because the record said "certaines" (f) instead of "certains"(m)
Sorry, can you explain your answer? I hear a definite n at the end of this word, certains, so am not sure what else I need to be listening for? How do we know if it is m or f?
I’d appreciate an answer to Shirlgirl’s question here, because I too hear an “n” at the end if the word. Is is always f because it is understood that it is short for “certaines personnes”? Could it not equally be short for “certains gens”?
Why not "Some people have headaches today"
Octobre 2, 2018 Ce n'est pas accepté.
No liaison between certaines and ont?
headache ..sore head ..surely same thing
It seems like sometimes before liasons the audio inserts an extra syllable
Je me demande ce que ces « certaines » ont fait hier soir :)
And since "some people" is accepted, and certaines is feminine, why not "some women"?
Don’t understand why this sentence uses certaines vs certains. Are the some who have headaches female? Or is it because of la tête?
What's wrong with "Some of them..."?
I put 'some of them' and was marked wrong. This is ridiculous and frustrating, as it means the same!
Why is there no de, la, or une in front of "mal à la tête"? Is this an exception to the rule, because I thought all nouns had to have one of these in French?