this is something trump would say
Is there a liason between est and énorme? I mean, I do not hear it, and I wonder if there should be one.
It can go both ways. I like to make it, but wouldn't be shocked if someone does not.
What about between bâtiment and est? It's not a single syllable noun, any reason why not put one there?
More generally, you do not make liaisons after singular nouns, see About.com.
Cool thank you.
You should only make the liaison after the word être if you're attempting to be formal.
what exactly is a liaison? I have wondered this for a while
It is where a usually unpronounced consonant at the end of a word is pronounced in order to aid the pronunciation of the next word.
Couldn't I use massive?
WHAT. I said the new boat is huge...
why can't i do the building is big
I said "big" and was marked wrong. Why?
why is "ship" wrong?
Bâtiment vs Immeuble?
"The new building is enormous" should be accepted.
is there any corollary between nouveau batiments and german neubauten? like is it to do with architechture or just a building that is new?
your translation includes "ship", but it comes up wrong
Why does nouveau come before batiment instead of after? I'm sorry if this is a silly question.
Remember that "BANGS" adjectives come before the noun. The "A" stands for "Age", which nouveau is describing.
I guess "large" doesn't work.
Why does it not accept: "massive"?
Pronunciation of bâtiment? The man says "batEEment" the woman says "batAYment"