Why doesnt ensemble follow the verb. ie chercherons ensemble
regarderons ensemble is accepted
Why is an activity that is clearly at night (not evening) referred to as ce soir?
Exactly. And why is it wrong to do it at nuit? I understand both correct but only soir?
Because that is how the French refer to it.
Soir is when people do activities in the last part of the day. Nuit is when people go to bed.
You can't look at stars until it gets dark. In France, in the summer, it doesn't get dark until after 10:00. It seems to me that nuit should be accepted. Besides, that's when I go to bed.
But unless your bedroom is peculiarly equipped, you won't get a very good view of the stars from in bed.
And yet, even in a question about sleeping in a hotel, DL insisted on soir.
"Cette nuit..." not accepted - reported
Cette nuit marche pas ? I experimented with it. Native speakers please!
Pourquoi pas 'on'?
"On regardera" is accepted.
What a lot of...
… stars! 🤡