,are you sure it is viviat and not vivait ??Because ... vivait lÃ -bas = He lived (was living ) there.voilÃ !Denise
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Jacques Donvez has written: 'Paris' -- subject(s): Pictorial works 'La politique de Beaumarchais' -- subject(s): Political and social views 'De quoi vivait Voltaire?'
Francis Dumont has written: 'De quoi vivait Lamartine' 'Beaumont en Hainaut' -- subject(s): History 'Quand Beaumont appartenait au Grand Roi' -- subject(s): History
French has two past tenses--the imperfect (l'imparfait) and the compound past (le passé composé). The first is generally used for ongoing states of being and the second is used for events with no connection to the present. imparfait of vivre (to live): je vivais tu vivais il, elle, on vivait nous vivions vous viviez ils, elles vivaient passé composé of vivre: j'ai vécu tu as vécu il, elle, on a vécu nous avons vécu vous avez vécu ils, elles ont vécu
Pourquoi means "why".
There is no Premier of Canada. Each Province has a Premier. The country as a whole has a Prime Minister (currently in 2015 , Stephen Harper)
pourquoi = why
"pourquoi" = "why"
Canada consists of ten provinces and three territories, each of which has a premier as the head of government. In alberta, currently it is premier, Alison Redford
The nations that founded Canada were England and France.
Pourquoi means 'why' in French.
Why?Pour=For, quoi=what, pourquoi=for what, which is essentially "why."The definition is "Why".
Pourquoi Israël was created in 1973.
The cast of Les pourquoi de Mr. Pourquoi - 1995 includes: Arnaud Gidoin as Monsieur Pourquoi Isabelle Tanakil Philippe Vandel Xavier Vilsek
The country that the First Premier Bank was founded in was Canada.
The current premier (as of 07/08/13) is Bob McLeod.
pourquoi est "why"
Pourquoi rire translates as 'why laugh' in English.
The population of First Nations Bank of Canada is 2,009.
First Nations Bank of Canada was created in 1996.
First Nations University of Canada was created in 1976.
Yes. In 1920 Canada joined the League of Nations as a full member. Yes. In 1920 Canada joined the League of Nations as a full member.
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