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Je vais en France OU au France ???? Je viens de France OU du France ?????
How to know which sentence is correct?
Before explaning this French rule, note that:
The French rule is :
Easy! Well easy for those who know each feminin and masculine
So here is a tip to help you if you don’t know the gender :
Example : Je vis EN France mais je viens DE Belgique.
Example : J’arrive DE Finlande mais je suis DE Suède.
Example : Je viens D’Iran mais je vis EN Albanie
Example : J’arrives DES Etas-Unis et je vais AUX Pays-BAS.
Now you’re ready to talk about countries!
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