I tried "he approached the waterfall so he got wet", but not accepted. Why?
I think "He got wet" would be "Il s'est mouillé."
Very strange sentence.
Oui, tu as raison!
Approcher collocates with de -- they form a set as they say here in Japan, or are "married" as one school teacher used to put it. I'll consider that "enter the vicinity of", and see if that helps me remember it . . .
------- he (past tense ) he (present tense ) ? . . .
Big 17 jul 20
Why not? He approached the waterfall ten minutes ago, so he's wet now.