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Definite and Indefinite Articles

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Lesson on definite and indefinite articles. Corresponds with Lecon 10 of Discovering French 1a.

Lesson on definite and indefinite articles. Corresponds with Lecon 10 of Discovering French 1a.

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  • 1. Les noms et les articles
  • 2. Indefinite articles un (a, an)Ex. un portable, un ordinateur, un lit une (a, an)Ex. une guitare, une personne, une chaise
  • 3. Definite Articles le (the) Ex. le chat, le tennis, le prof la (the)Ex. la fille, la raquette, la personne
  • 4. Les noms et les articles : le pluriel
  • 5. Definite Articles: Plural les (the)
  • 6. Indefinite articles: Plural des (some) ex. des livres, des raquettes, des sacs(some books, some rackets, some bags)
  • 7. To say there is/there are …il y a …Ex. Il y a des cochons dans la classe!(There are some pigs in class!)
  • 8. When you pronounce this …… make the liason! It almost sounds like a z inbetween the wordsles affichesles ordinateursdes affichesdes ordinateurs
  • 9. Qu’est-ce qu’il y a dans la chambre?

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