• anonymous
Rebuild the sentence and put the verb in the past tense. les / parler / journaux / nouveau / beaucoup / acteur / de / récemment / ce
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  • mathmate
In French as in English to a certain extent, the articles have to agree in number and and gender with the noun. By putting together pairs, you will find the subject and object. After that, you would put the adjectives in the right places and conjugate the verb, and voilà, it's done! I believe that the word "nouveau" should read "nouvel".

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