One of the below sentences is in the imperfect tense. Explain your choice. A. Il m'aimait de tout son coeur B. Il m'a aimé de tout son coeur
A is the correct answer. "Il m'aimait" shows an ongoing state, and translates to "he used to love me." Also, this past tense is what most people use in conversational speech. Whereas option B is the simple past conjugation, which translates to "he loved me" and is mostly used in formal speech and writing.
Why was it said at one point that "the sun never sets on the British Empire"?
The British Empire at its peak held colonies in every continent. This saying reflected the empire's dominion by highlighting the fact that when the sun would set in one colony, the sun would be rising in another, because of its geographically extensive territories.
Were where you last night? The above question is either right or wrong. Please explain if a mistake was made in the spelling and why.
The above question is wrong. The question word "where" is always used when locating a subject, therefore it should have been used first. Were is the past tense of "be" and should have followed the question word. Correction: Where were you last night?