Do you get confused between meilleur and mieux? Are you unclear about the difference between these two words? Do you struggle to know how to translate “better” and “best” into French? In this episode of Walk, Talk and Learn French, Mark spots an advert on a bus shelter in Paris which provides an example of le meilleur, and he goes on to explain that meilleur is an adjective, the comparative form of bon, while mieux is an adverb, the comparitive form of bien.
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