FR: He no longer fears homework

Bunnsheeppooh

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mandarin
I have a few questions...:)

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3. is this sentence grammatically correct: il ne va plus avoir peur des devoirs. or does the "plus" come after the "avoir"?
(im trying to say: he no longer fears homework.)

thanks for your help =D
 
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  • thedov

    Senior Member
    English - London England
    In terms of 3., the English sentence is in the present tense (he fears) but the French one is in the near future (he is going to fear). I think what you mean is:
    Il n'a plus peur.
    Or if you want to say "He isn't going to fear homework any more":
    Il ne va plus avoir peur.
     

    Merkurius

    Senior Member
    Icelandic
    If you say ''Il ne va plus avoir peur des devoirs'' you are actually saying ''He is not going to fear his homework'' But if you want to say ''any more'' it is enough to say ''Il n'a plus peur des devoirs'' So I agree with thedov.
     
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