Tied myself up in knots a bit last night when I was telling my neighbours about the new Governor of the Bank of England being a Canadian. I wanted to use this latest expression in my repertoire.
Hier, j'en ai eu les bras qui en sont tombés....etc.
Didn't have access to Sid's useful conjugaison site and didn't realise when I started speaking that the passé composé of this phrase is going to be so tricky!
Still, don't they say that the more mistakes you make, the more you learn, or something like that?
Thought I'd mention this so that people who are interested could now post to say they'd have known what to say all along .......
See, you can't just be the one asking the questions all the time, sometimes you have to give others a chance to laugh at you and have a snigger at your expense!
Sovereignty: the right to eat cholorinated chicken.
from The Little Book of Brexit Bo ll oc ks