| YCCMB wrote:|
|Good example, mint.
Here's a link I don't know if you have come across, but it's name reminds me of you so much that I feel you really need it in your life if it's not already there.
Sorry it won't be clickable.
Betty, I have noted your presence on the forum today
And I so want you to know that I am greatly enjoying lfplc! Only a day or two ago, I had my questions on French adverbs answered.....happy!!
I now know why some adverbs use the masculine form of the adjective (no need to change the word to the feminine form first) + ent.
Even more interesting, and importantly, I now understand when to use -amment and when it should be -emment.
In my, some would say sad little life (NOT at all accurate, btw), these things have bothered me for a long time and now, at a stroke as it were, they have been clarified!
Thank you once again
Apprendre une langue, c'est faire un voyage différent chaque jour.
from Fle pour les curieux