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FYW 220: Pronunciation rules around the verb “acheter” (and more!)
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Pronunciation rules around the verb “acheter” (and more!)
Listener Nuvia is in doubt on how to pronounce the verb “acheter” in the present tense. There are indeed a few opportunities for you to learn or brush up various aspects of the French language in this seemingly short and simple question. Let’s dive in!
Vocabulary and Spelling of the French Words mentioned in this episode
Il / elle / on achète
Ils / elles achètent
épousseter, épeler, crocheter, déceler (to detect / discover / spot), congeler, acheter, se racheter, peler, (se) projeter, décacheter, voleter, etc.
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