And does anyone know their literal translation?
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I can translate the sentences, but I'm having trouble figuring out why and so it's hard to commit to memory or use it in general. The "Tips and Notes" are excellent. I use both app and website but have yet to locate the tips and notes on the website. Could you tell me where they can be found. Is there no word for daughter? Or is it only fille? Because I keep getting wife femme and daughter fille mixed up. C'est le chien de ma fille. These are used when pointing something out, referring to something indefinite like an idea , or referring back to something already mentioned.
Like most other pronouns, they agree in gender and number with the noun they replace. Is it the combination of "C'est celui" that creates the specification of one specific item being talked about vs.
Translation of "de ma fille" in English
I don't understand, does anyone know? It is the one of my daughter. This was advised and accepted?? Not even near to making sense. Once again time to ignore and move on. Trying to get the agreements right and am finding some inconsistencies. Why is it celui when what follows is feminine?
It is my daughter's. Transitioning 25 13 2.
From "Tips and Notes" Je connais cela. I know there are knowledgeable users out there just itching to enlighten me. It also could be "That's my daughter's. Odysseus66 14 11 7 6 5 3. Also "It's my daughter's". This is wrong is it not?
I thought that "celui" was masculine so would it not be "celle"? Dennis 25 17 14 14 14 14 14 14 Lena 25 16 14 3 2 2 Symph0nee 14 10 6 4 4 3 2. Does it exist on current English?
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Someone please tell me. What is the difference between c'est celle de ma fille and c'est celui de ma fille? LJSpartan 11 9 2. BizzLizz 23 6 Ben 22 5 From "Tips and Notes": Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Racism Explained to My Daughter. Customers who bought this item also bought. Here's how restrictions apply. I'd like to read this book on Kindle Don't have a Kindle? Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Showing of 2 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
It took a very long time to come, though this may have been due to an extraordinary amount of snow this winter. The author is a French Moroccan. The book probably is intended to be used by teachers in schools to educate pupils on "racism". The author just utters a series of contradictory theses that are common in the discourse of left wing politicians and political activists; those politicians that are responsible for the influx of immigrants that is destroying Europe. However, he is not a French Frenchman with a left wing thinking but a foreigner pleading his cause.
The book takes the form of a dialog between the author and his daughter. Just to illustrate the nonsense that is found in this book: He says in one place, that one is not born a "racist" but becomes one through bad parental education. Elsewhere, he says that racism is a natural instinct that prevailed in all human societies.
Then he says that people cannot change their personality. All these statements together are self-contradictory. He seems to imply that children personality can be moulded through education. What is the evidence for that? After all the sex drive is a natural instinct too.
- Hugo, Victor: To My Daughter, Adèle (A ma fille Adèle in English).
- Auf den Schwingen des Adlers: Roman (Allgemeine Reihe. Bastei Lübbe Taschenbücher) (German Edition).
- "C'est celui de ma fille.".
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And races were created partially by sexual selection. Thomas Hardy was spot on with the quote: To use it in education is to brainwash our children with a false history and anthropology. One person found this helpful.