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    Why is when I was 10 years old in french @ Quand j'avais dix ans
    Wouldn't it be quand j'etais dix ans (accent aigu on the e in etais)
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    (Original post by medicaesthetic)
    Why is when I was 10 years old in french @ Quand j'avais dix ans
    Wouldn't it be quand j'etais dix ans (accent aigu on the e in etais)
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    (Original post by medicaesthetic)
    Why is when I was 10 years old in french @ Quand j'avais dix ans
    Wouldn't it be quand j'etais dix ans (accent aigu on the e in etais)
    "Quand j'avais 10 ans" is correct
    In english you say "I AM x year old" and in french "j'AI x ans" litteraly "I have x year old"
    It is supposed to mean that you have x years behind you ^^
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    (Original post by FrenchUnicorn)
    "Quand j'avais 10 ans" is correct
    In english you say "I AM x year old" and in french "j'AI x ans" litteraly "I have x year old"
    It is supposed to mean that you have x years behind you ^^
    :yep: :giggle: this grammar rule always makes me laugh!
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    :yep: :giggle: this grammar rule always makes me laugh!

    The French are very weird.
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    (Original post by iEthan)
    :yep: :giggle: this grammar rule always makes me laugh!
    Does it :lol: ?
    Hahaha I find pretty logical to say "I have" instead of "I am" tbh :mmm:
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    (Original post by RezzBerry)
    The French are very weird.
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    yeah I know xD
 
 
 
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