anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the sentence and choose the word that is a cognate or a borrowed word: Je suis à l’appartement de mon ami. appartement ami mon suis I am leaning towards l'appartement. But less likley, "ami" as well.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I would say A.
LittleHeron
  • LittleHeron
I believe it is "A"
anonymous
  • anonymous
I agree it is A

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vheah
  • vheah
It's "appartement" since it means the same thing in english but is spelled and said differently in french. "Ami" would work if it were directly translated to spanish to refer to amiga/amigo, however "ami" in english is "friend" and are two very distinct pronunciations and spellings although meaning the same thing.

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