Hey everyone, I've digged around the forum to find an explanation on the difference between "à ce moment" and "à ce moment-là". This is how I see it: basically adding a "là" makes the moment more precise, but we're not obliged to put it. Also, à ce moment can refer to a point in the past as well as a point in the future. Some examples: PAST À ce moment , il a déclaré la guerre À ce moment-là il a déclaré la guerre -> At that time (in 1964 for instance), he declared war FUTURE Serait-il possible de me rappeler à ce moment. Serait-il possible de me rappeler à ce moment-là? -> Would it be possible to call me back then? (tomorrow morning for instance) Can someone confirm please?