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Ashja

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I had to write an itinerary in French and I need someone (fluent) to check it! •8:00 du matin, ma famille et moi mangeons petit déjeuner à la maison. •10:00 du matin, nous assistons l'église. •Midi, ma famille et moi allons à un pique-nique. •2:30 de l'après-midi, nous allons faire une promenade à vélo. •4:00 de l'après-midi, nous allons à la piscine. •5:30 de l'après-midi, nous aller faire les courses. •7:00 du soir, nous mangeons dîner au restaurant. •8:30 du soir, Nous choisissons de regarder une comédie au cinéma. •10:00 du soir, nous rentrons à la maison en taxi.

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  1. Ashja
    • 3 years ago
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    I got a 75% on it and my teacher's comments were the following: "Take a look at the sentences that have 'aller' in them." Can someone help me fix my mistakes so I may resubmit it? @Vincent-Lyon.Fr @Dims116

  2. Vincent-Lyon.Fr
    • 3 years ago
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    I do not understand your teacher's comment! There is no problem with your use of 'aller', except at 5:30 where you forgot to conjugate it. On the other hand, the way you describe meals is not correct. In French you do not 'have' a meal or 'eat' a meal. There is a verb for each meal: - to have lunch = déjeuner (1st group) - to have dinner = dîner (1st group) - to have supper = souper (1st group) except: to have breakfast = prendre le petit déjeuner (3rd group) Hence.: 8h00 du matin, ma famille et moi prenons le petit déjeuner à la maison. 7h00 du soir, nous dînons au restaurant. to go to church (and attend service) is 'aller à la messe' or 'aller à l'église'

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