"What does this storekeeper sell?"
Translation:Que vend ce commerçant ?
I didn't think we could reverse verb vend with "ce commerçant", only with a pronoun.
Qu'est-ce que ce commerçant vend?
seems like the more natural French way.
yeah, I tried the same translation as you did and got it marked as wrong, don't understand why
And I wrote "qu'est ce que vend ce commeçant was was marked incorrect. Since the first phrase means "what" I do not understand why the only acceptable answer is "que vend..." Sitesurf, can you clarify, please?
Would it also be correct to say, "Que vend-il ce commercant?" I'm not clear as to when to leave out the pronoun.
I tried a different form this time: "Ce commerçant, de quoi vends-il?" DL: "Non"
Sommerstore5 your ending for the verb is wrong it should be "vend".. but I tried Qu-est-ce que le commercant vend de quoi and it was not accepted by Duo but I still believe it is correct.
cette and commerçante are not in the answer options! But they have been written as the correct answer.
I believe that "que" means "what," and Quel means "which." The word "which" implying a limited choice, such as Quelle est la date? The date is limited to 365 choices.
....unless the date requires a year, then there would be virtually unlimited choices