Does one leave a space before a question mark in French?
yep! there's a space before an exclamation point, too.
That's new to me. I was never taught that in school. So much for French Immersion.
Why is "ca" that or this but yet "ca va ?" translates to "How are you?"
ca va literally means that goes, va = go ca = that - so it's sort of like how goes that == how's it going = how are you.
Merci beaucoup !
Thank you! I didn't know that!
manges-tu ça ? it's also correct?
sometimes translating into english could get confusing because the grammer rules are different in both the languages.
"What are you eating" is not accepted - should it be?
They're not asking what you are eating, they're asking if you are eating "that" (imagine robot voice lady pointing the last slice of pie)
In one of the previous exercises, the solution for "Do you eat rice?" was "Manges-tu du riz?". So for this, why isn't it, "Manges-tu ca?"