Partitifs - definite articles : le, la, and les. Examples...

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Articles Partitifs Countable vs. Uncountable Indefinite articles are used for items that can be counted . un – masculine une – Feminine des – plural Exemples : Ils vendent des pommes au marché Elle mange une banane chaque jour J'ai fait un gâteau pour son anniversaire Partitive articles are used for items that are uncountable or when referring to parts of a whole du – masculine de la – feminine de l’ – noun starting with a vowel or silent ‘h’ des – plural Exemples J'ai mangé du pain avec mon dîner Ils ont de la bière à la fête Elle boit de l'eau
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Likes and Dislikes When using verbs to convey preferences such as, aimer, adorer, détester, and préférer (even if we use a négation) you use the
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Unformatted text preview: definite articles : le, la, and les. Examples Jadore le poulet Il dteste les champignons Elle naime pas la soupe Expressions of Quantity Expressions of quantity such as beaucoup de, un peu de, un kilo de , etc are followed by de or d de masculine and feminine nouns d for nouns starting with a vowel or silent h Exemples Il boit une tasse de caf le matin La cuisine indienne a beaucoup d'pices Quantity Zero Quantity zero refers to negative sentences. When using negative sentences, de and d are used instead of du, de la, de l, and des. Exemples Elle ne mange pas de viande Il ne cuisine pas dasperges...
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Partitifs - definite articles : le, la, and les. Examples...

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