1. je-ne-regrette-rien Senior Member

    Bonsoir !

    Peut-on utiliser la phrase 'l'air libre' comme ci-dessous :

    'J'aime aller à pied ; je suis à l'air libre' (je suis en plein air) ?

    Merci :)
     
  2. gambit2099 Senior Member

    france
    mmmh I would say yes for: "J'aime y aller à pied, je suis à l'air libre.". Without the "y" someone could ask you 'where?'.

    Anyway I think "J'aime y aller à pied, ça me permet de prendre l'air." is more commun.


    @stamanu: édité ;)
     
    Last edited: Jan 10, 2009
  3. stamanu

    stamanu Senior Member

    Grenoble (in the French Alps)
    French by descent and misfortune
    à pied (no plural though you have two feet)
    course à pied
     
  4. je-ne-regrette-rien Senior Member

    Oh, I meant 'aller' in general - i.e., I like walking (as opposed to taking the bus/car)
     
  5. stamanu

    stamanu Senior Member

    Grenoble (in the French Alps)
    French by descent and misfortune
    J'aime la marche à pied alors
     

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