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Welcome to Unit 17! To go back to an earlier unit or jump ahead to a later one, use the About this course link at the end.
Planes, trains, and other ways to get around.
A fairly easy letter. As in English, it's always followed by U.
Review est-ce que and inversion, and learn some other ways to ask questions.
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Upon reading this lesson, you'll know both French verbs that mean "to know."
Do you know the difference between them?
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