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    is it 'mon meilleure amie' or 'ma meilleure amie'? the sentence is 'Quand je suis plus âgée, je veux aller en vacances avec mon/ma meilleure amie'
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    Wouldn't it depend on the sex of your best friend? If it's a boy it might be mon meilleur ami and if it's a girl it would be ma melleure amie?
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    Salut!If the friend you are talking about is a boy then you say "mon meilleur ami", If the friend you are talking about is a girl, then you say "ma meilleure amie". Hope this helps!
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    (Original post by geeorgie)
    is it 'mon meilleure amie' or 'ma meilleure amie'? the sentence is 'Quand je suis plus âgée, je veux aller en vacances avec mon/ma meilleure amie'
    Unlike English, in French you can use the future after quand (=when), so it's "Quand je serai plus vieux/vieille" (literally when I will be older). Then you have to use the conditional: "j'aimerais partir en vacances avec ma meilleure amie."
 
 
 
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