le, la, l’, les un, une, des. French articles. le, la, l’, les (definite articles). What do these words mean? These words all mean the. So how do you know which one to use?????. Well, first of all, if the noun is plural, there is only one possibility: les
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un, une, desFrench articles
(They don’t refer to any specific item—any one will do.)
a) une commande only one thing), then you have to choose from
b) les desserts
c) un morceau
d) la commande
e) le morceau
f) une coupe glacée
g) des desserts
h) les fritesHow are your matching skills?
the (m.sing.) only one thing), then you have to choose from
the (m/f + voyelle)
the (m/f pl.)
some (m/f pl.)vocabulaireles articles
the chicken only one thing), then you have to choose from
A, AN, SOME
some chicken only one thing), then you have to choose from
in negative sentences.
Ex. J’ai un frère. I have a brother.
Je n’ai pasdefrère. I don’t have a brother.