Feb 22, 2021 - 06:29 AM
Usually adverbs like "beaucoup", "bien", "mal" etc go RIGHT AFTER conjugated verbs in French, as in:
J'aime beaucoup votre sac = I like your bag a lot (Watch out in English the adverb tends to go after the direct object, but not in French, it goes right after the verb)
However when there are two verbs, these adverbs tend to go BEFORE the second verb, or more generally, this type of adverbs tend to go RIGHT BEFORE verbs in the infinitive form, as in:
Il est important de beaucoup lire = It's important to read a lot
C'est important de bien remplir le formulaire = It's important to fill out the form well
Note the difference between:
Il dort beaucoup AND Il aime beaucoup dormir
Vous parlez bien anglais AND Vous voulez bien parler anglais?
Hope this helps, keep it up!
Feb 25, 2021 - 08:17 AM