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Homework Help: French

Posted by Gabrielle on Monday, February 21, 2011 at 10:11am.

If you're writing a sentence in French with two verbs, the first being l'imparfait, would the second one be in the infinitive? For example "Le peuple prehistoriques était intelligente parce que ils pouvaient ériger les monuments sans des machines" ? Is this correct?

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