Which of the following is correct? "Oui, j'ai ta lettre. Je peux te la donner aujourd'hui." "Oui, j'ai ta lettre. Je peux la te donner aujourd'hui." "Oui, j'ai ta lettre. Je peux tu le donner aujourd'hui."
The first option is the correct one. When showing an indirect object in french, in the case of "tu" you would use te or t'. In addition to the indirect object, we must look at the direct object: "la lettre". Because this is feminine, the direct object form would be "la".
"I liked going because it was fun." Which of the following could make this sentence more interesting? 1. Provide more details 2. Vary the syntax 3. Make it a complex or compound sentence
All of the above! The sentence is entirely too vague, and that is the issue with most writing that falls short of the bar. There needs to be more details with varied language and sentence structure. Keep the reader interested.
Which of the following should fill in the blank in the sentence: "This jacket I found belongs to _____?" 1. who 2. whom 3. whose 4. who's
2. Whom. When you see "to" before the blank, that is a key to understanding that the following word should be whom and not who. Whom is an indirect object which is what we need in this case. Whose shows possession which would be incorrect, and who's is the contraction "who is" which does not apply to this example.