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French: D'argent vs argent Watch

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    They both mean money but I don't know which one is more accurate to use?

    The sentence is:
    Je dépense tout mon argent/d'argent

    Thank you for your help ;;
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    Je dépense tout mon argent

    You don't need to use de/d' as the money is "mine" (mon)

    Hope this helps
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    d' -is short for de (the e is dropped before a vowel), meaning 'of'. So you have probably met it in a phrase like beaucoup d'argent = a lot of money
 
 
 
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