no ,I'm not angry about this.I just want to say that when I type so fast ,these two might get mistyped,I hope duo might tolerate this
======================================== add: Ah! There's the rub! It's my English's problem.The tone just isn't right. I should've used Can I report on this one rather than I can't report . I started to learn English alphabet not until high school.I'm so sorry if I got you mistaken me.
I am always surprised when they accept one of my spelling mistakes. In my mind if I make a spelling mistake, I got it wrong whether or not it's a typo.
Most of the examples Dou has given me so far are only a half dozen words at most. If I can't spot a typo in a line of only three words, I'm not paying attention or I don't really know the material.
Losing a heart is an indication that if I want to be proficient at writing French, I have to pay more attention or get better at it.
This exercise shows you that it is possible to use "elle est" in spite of the usual rule for the replacement of "elle est + determiner" to "c'est + determiner". Just know that the sentence given has a style effect, and probably shows an emphasis in context, like:
- Elle n'est plus mon amie, mais lui l'est toujours = she no longer is my friend but he still is.
In this case, "elle" is a stressed pronoun (which happens to be the same as the subject pronoun), as you can tell with "lui", stressed pronoun, used instead of "il".