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Jess Coleman

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Hello - In French 2, Session 1, why do we say "des portables" in the second line of the conversation but "de portables" in the third line of the conversation? Is it because we're using "beaucoup"? Can you point me to the session in French 1 where this was explained? I can't find any references to this in my notes. Thank you, Jess

Hello - In French 2, Session 1, why do we say "des portables" in the second line of the conversation but "de portables" in the third line of the conversation? Is it because we're using "beaucoup"? Can you point me to the session in French 1 where this was explained? I can't find any references to this in my notes.

Thank you,
Jess

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andy@fluenz
Beaucoup will always be followed by "de" when referring to quantity. Same goes for "peu"

Beaucoup will always be followed by "de" when referring to quantity. Same goes for "peu"

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