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    thanks soooooooo much
    plz could u check if MadNatSci has translated rosi's right for swimming?
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    (Original post by zizero)
    Tennis instead of swimming:

    1) Je m'amuse toujours bien quand je joue au tennis.

    2) J'adore regarder le tennis en plus d'y jouer.

    3) J'aime surtout jouer au tennis en été avec mes amis.

    4) J'ai vraiment aimé lire cet article, car il y avaient beaucoup d'informations au sujet du tennis.

    Ah, excellent, someone who knows what they're talking about!! So why is it 'y' and not le/la? I'm sure I was taught that at some point but can't remember...

    Mittow, if you take the sentences zizero typed and just replace 'jouer au tennis' with 'faire la natation' or 'nager' then you should be OK. I'm assuming you're OK with doing that?
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    urm..
    i dont get u
    sorry!
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    (Original post by Mittow)
    urm..
    i dont get u
    sorry!

    OK, the swimming phrases would be as follows:

    1) Je m'amuse toujours bien quand je nage.

    2) J'adore regarder la natation en plus d'y faire.

    3) J'aime surtout nager en été avec mes amis.

    4) J'ai vraiment aimé lire cet article, car il y avaient beaucoup d'informations au sujet de la natation.


    (zizero, is it definitely 'informations'?)
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    4) J'ai vraiment aimé lire cet article, car il y avaient beaucoup d'informations au sujet de la natation.

    thast wrong

    it should be

    j'ai vraiment aimé lire cet article car il y AVAIT beaucoup d'informations....
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    maybe someone can help help me with my french as well
    how do you say youwill do sth
    vous...
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    (Original post by _EMMA_)
    maybe someone can help help me with my french as well
    how do you say youwill do sth
    vous...
    vous ferez
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    (Original post by Psyche)
    vous ferez
    thank you!
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    (Original post by _EMMA_)
    thank you!
    I did presume you only wanted it with the verb faire though. Was that alright? If you wanted to say, for example, "you will play" then it'd be "vous jouerez". Make sense?
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    (Original post by MadNatSci)
    OK, the swimming phrases would be as follows:

    1) Je m'amuse toujours bien quand je nage.

    2) J'adore regarder la natation en plus d'y faire.

    3) J'aime surtout nager en été avec mes amis.

    4) J'ai vraiment aimé lire cet article, car il y avaient beaucoup d'informations au sujet de la natation.


    (zizero, is it definitely 'informations'?)
    Yes, it's definitely 'informations'. In French you use the plural. But I was wrong about 'il y avaient', it's 'il y avait'. I do apologise, it is basically an unfogivable mistake.

    2) is : J'adore regarder la natation en plus d'en faire.

    For Tennis you use "y", but for natation "en".

    Indeed: jouer AU tennis; faire DE LA natation.
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    hi thank u people u really helped thanks again
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    is there loads of french ppl here?
    me i live in england since august2001 and im doing ma A-level?
    is there any foreigner who started theirA-level without knowing english, if yeah can u tell me how u gt on and who helped u ... coz in ma skul i never had an english lessson lol
 
 
 
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