Aime, aime bien, adore— how can we learn to distinguish among these choices? Is there a rule, or is it idiomatic, or something else? So frustrating.
Why is it not ‘de’ française here
i translated correctly but it still says its wrong?
J'adore la mode de France is accepted
aime and adore can both mean like fashion
No, if there are two verbs, you can bet there's a good reason for it.
J'aime la mode = I like fashion
J'adore la mode = I love fashion