Confusing French ex
Lots of French ex
Sometimes, they even mean the opposite of what you thought they meant.
This week, Géraldine discusses the uses of the following:
"Tu me manques" / "Je te manqué"
"Il ne fallait pas"
Watch the video for some top tips, and see more from Géraldine on www.commeunefrancaise.com
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