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Fill in the blanks. On regarde la carte ____ de commander. Pierre ___ a(accent grave) italien au lyce(accent aigu)e.

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    I'll send this to Mme, our language expert SraJMcGin.

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    Were you given a list of words to use? The first blank is probably an adjective which is feminine and singular to match "la carte." To me the "à italien" makes no sense, whereas "à l'italien" would. It looks like the 2nd blank is to be a verb, because there is no verb at the moment in this sentence!

    Sra (aka Mme)

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