Brunhilda the witch (lime_disconnect) wrote in linguaphiles,
Brunhilda the witch
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French ne...plus and auxiliary etre w/ reflexive verb

Have I correctly used them in these two sentences?

Ni elles ni le taxi n’était plus jaune.
Neither they (f. pl.) nor the taxi was yellow anymore.

En plus, je voulais me récompenser d’être m’occuper de ces clients.
Besides, I wanted to reward myself for having dealt with those clients.

Merci!
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