What does this mean in english??(from, french)

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what does this mean:
je pense que c;est assez genereux parce que je ne ca trouve pas aller au tout.

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I think it's quite generous because I don't find that it goes to all (???)

is this from an exam board or? I might just be translating wrong or something but the end bit is a bit ??
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(Original post by bluepearl7)
what does this mean:
je pense que c;est assez genereux parce que je ne ca trouve pas aller au tout.

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I was meant to say:
I don't find it bad at all
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I think it's quite generous because I don't find that it goes to all (???)

is this from an exam board or? I might just be translating wrong or something but the end bit is a bit ??
The sentence is not correct, that's why you're confused

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(Original post by bluepearl7)
I was meant to say:
I don't find it bad at all
-> je ne le/la trouve pas mal du tout
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(Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
The sentence is not correct, that's why you're confused
Ah comforting at least to know I'm good enough at French to spot out mistakes haha
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Thankyou FrenchUnicorn and @caitlinford !

Teres one last thing;

How do you say 'after having been to university'??
Is it 'apres avoir aller a l'universite
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(Original post by bluepearl7)
Thankyou FrenchUnicorn and @caitlinford !

Teres one last thing;

How do you say 'after having been to university'??
Is it 'apres avoir aller a l'universite
Apres etre allée a l'université
(can't do the forwards facing accents - sorry! )

Aller is in the MRS VAN DE TRAMP list so you have to use etre. Also, I'm assuming you're a girl which is why there is an extra e.
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Thankyou so much !!
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