Posted by Spongebob on Wednesday, January 14, 2009 at 6:37pm.
The first sentence has a plural third-person subject.
The second has a singular third-person subject.
Which do you think are the correct verbs for these sentences?
So the first one is a
and the second one is ont
You've gotten them reversed.
Please check the link I posted showing the conjugation of avoir.
so there right but just backwards
Halima et Ahmed -ont- un petit chat adorable.
Du balcon les Ghez-a- une tres belle vue sur la mer.
Watch out for LES Ghez = plural = ont, as well as the first!
toi, tu as
nous avons (Marie et moi)
ils/elles ont (Marie et Paul)
Sra (aka Mme)
Oops! I goofed by thinking that balcony was the subject.
Thanks, Sra, for catching this mistake.
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