1. O

    EN: whose job is (to) travel/traveling - (to-)infinitive / V-ing

    Bonjour Collins Cobuild : On a train, a conductor is a person whose job is travel on the train in order to help passengers and check tickets. Est-ce que "is to travel" et "is traveling" est accepté ici ? Qu'est-ce qui est le mieux entre le to, sans to et ing ? Merci.
  2. F

    FR: for having him arrested

    I am trying to explain a scene of the movie The Count of Monte Cristo. Villefort offers to take Edmond home to make up for the trouble his arrest has caused him. My attempt: Villefort dit qu'il emmènera Dantès chez lui pour se faire pardonner d'avoir l'arrêté. i am not sure on the "for...
  3. Aesclapia

    EN: à qui les Guidelines conseillent de

    Hello ! I wonder which of the following sentences are correct ? 1) At no point is the possibility of implementing refresher courses evocated; on the contrary, it is recommanded for radiographers, to whom the Guidelines advise to undergo a one-day refresher. 2) [...] it is recommanded for...
  4. M

    FR: personnes - genre

    As "personnes" is feminine, if I were to ask students to ask several people what they think of something (in a survey, for example), would I need to say "demandez à plusieurs personnes, ce qu'elles pensent de...etc" even if the people include males?
  5. K

    FR: Ils se sont téléphoné - accord du participe passé

    Hello, Is the following sentence correct? Is the past participle supposed to show agreement in number and gender in this case of the reflexive verb or not? Ils se sont telephoné Moderator note: multiple threads merged to create this one