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» DIFFERENCE OF USAGE SIMPLIFIED BETWEEN SUBJUNCTIVE AND INDICATIVE FORMS IN FRENCH
By francoisebou | Published 08/8/2010 | French | Recommendation:
A simplified written explanation about usage of indicative and subjonctive forms in French for French and English writers, extracted from Bescherelles
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