Thomas a de la fièvre donc il va chez le médicin.....
Why is there a 'de' before fever
I seem to remember an earlier sentence where "... had a fever.." it was "a de fièvre" why is it de la fièvre this time please?
You can say "Il a de la fièvre" or "il a 38°C de fièvre" but "il a de fièvre" isn't correct.
You can say "he has a fever" or "he has a temperature of 38°C" but you can not say "He as a temperature of"