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    Il y a 10 pieces assez spacieuses.
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    yep...pieces should have a grave accent on the first 'e' though and i would write dix instead of 10.
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    oh thanks a lot!

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    How about this?

    il y aurait une zone piétonne avec des cafés, des beaucoup restaurants assez chère et des vraiment magnifiques boutiques.
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    (Original post by Salman_)
    How about this?

    il y aurait une zone piétonne avec des cafés, des beaucoup restaurants assez chère et des vraiment magnifiques boutiques.
    Nearly!

    This is more correct:

    il y aurait une zone piétonne avec des cafés, beaucoup de restaurants assez cher et des boutiques vraiment magnifiques.

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    (Original post by Salman_)
    Okay thanks a lot.
    Np

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    (Original post by ever so grateful)
    Not quite!

    "Il y aurait une zone piétonne avec des cafés et plusieurs restaurants chers aux alentours, et quelques boutiques élégantes également."

    Also, you've used the conditional tense here, was that intentional?
    Wow your french is :top:
    Wouldn't the '' également'' go after the '' et''?

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    (Original post by My Moon <3)
    Wow your french is :top:
    Wouldn't the '' également'' go after the '' et''?

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    I'm French
    I'd say
    "Il y aurait une zone piétonne avec des cafés et aux alentours plusieurs restaurants chers et également quelques boutiques élégantes "
    But I'd also say "Il y aurait une zone piétonne avec aux alentours des cafés et plusieurs restaurants chers (ou onéreux), ainsi que quelques boutiques élégantes"

    I just don't know if you want to say that you have many "cafés et restaurants chers" aux alentours, or some cafés, and some "restaurants chers; aux alentours des cafés". I mean, are the cafés and restaurants "aux alentours de la zone piétonne?" Or is it that the restaurants are "aux alentours des cafés"?

    It might be stupid but it can be confusing

    But the initial sentence was really good though! And I'm so surprised and glad to see that English speaking students can speak quite a good French
 
 
 
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