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Could you please check these thanks.

Directions complete each sentence with the form à (such as au, aux ect.) or de.

1. En Franch, un garçon, de treize ans va --------- collège.
Answer: au

2. Et une fille qui a seize ans va ---------- lycée.
Answer: au

3. Aux Etats- Unis, un garçon qui sept ans va -------- école primeaire.
Answer: à l'

4. Une fille qui a seize ans va ------------ école secondaire.
Answer: à l'

5. Les élèves parlent ---------- professeurs et les professeurs parlent -------- élèves.
Answer 1: des
Answer 2: à l'

6. Après les cours, les élèbes français vont ------- café.
Answer: au

7. Au cafè, ils parlent ------ copains.
Answer: des

8. Le service est compris, mais ils laissent un pourboire -------- serveur ou -------- sserveuse!
Answer 1: au
Answer 2: à

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  1. #5:....aux professeurs.....aux éléves.
    #7: what is the English translation here? Is it "they speak with friends" (...avec des copains)
    "they speak to friends" (aux copains)
    #8: .....à la serveuse

    At least, that's how I would have put it.

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    posted by E.G
  2. #3. un garçon qui sept ans = needs the verb "a" = un garçon qui a sept ans...plus check the spelling of the last word = primaire.

    #5. could also be des professeurs and E.G. got the 2nd part for you.

    #7. They might speak about their friends "des" but I'd go with E.G.'s suggestion.

    #8. Yes, I agree with E.G.

    Sra (aka Mme)

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