LES ARTICLES DEFINIS ET INDEFINIS EXERCICES PDF

L’article indéfini (un, une, des): Il accompagne un nom, qu’il distingue des autres noms de la même espèce, mais sans lui apporter plus de précision, ou auquel. French: L’article indéfini. Exercice: Complétez les phrases suivantes par: French exercise “L’article indéfini” created by jagienka with The test builder. Les articles definis ||||| *The French definite article corresponds to “the” in English. * Masculin – Sing: (LE) le garçon = the boy; L’homme = the man; (l’ masc or.

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La guerre est horrible. This includes times when a group of nouns is referred to in its entirety. Especially French men who wear a beret! Je vois des blattes partout. Exceptions to drfinis rule are words beginning with an aspirate ‘h’.

But love is as important for us as it is for humans. Names are not usually preceded by articles. Every summerhe bathes with Tammy at Barton Springs.

Monday he has a date with Tammy. What about Sixth street?

However the definite article almost always precedes the names of countries except when wrticles follows the prepositions en and de. Of course, it is the symbol of the University! Continents, countries, states, regions, and oceans usually require an article l’ Afrique, la France, le Texas, la Bourgogne, l’ Atlantique etc. I love chinese food. Edouard appreciates good French cuisine.

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Christine revient demain du Mexique. He likes summer more than winter. He thinks that cars are the invention of the devil.

Articles In French, nouns are usually preceded by articles In English, note that in the same situation no article is placed before the noun. Nous jouons au basket.

See prepositions with place names for more information. Plural Indefinite Articles The plural indefinite article, desis used when referring to more than a single entity. It is not used, however, when general statements are made about a group – statements that are meant to refer to all the entities that make up that group. Christine returns tomorrow from Mexico. On MondaysTex goes for a jog. Most need to be introduced or ‘determined’ by an article. My friend sells flowers in the subway.

Unlike le and lales does not have a contracted, reduced form. For example ‘ a doorknob’ is a single instance of the ‘doorknobs’ group which consists of everything that is called a doorknob. Pierre parle aux infirmiers. Compare the following sentences: Les baleines sont les animaux les plus grands du monde. I see cockroaches everywhere. In some cases, however, French will article a definite articles when English uses no article at all.

Basketball is our favorite sport. Definite Articles The definite articles, le, deffinis, lesare basically equivalent to English the. For example when blanket statements are made about all cockroaches, all humans, or all cars. People who were passing by saw the accident.

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Money does not make man happy!

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It is frequently used before a singular noun that represents something that can be divided into smaller parts like liquids, wood, food, etc.

Coupez nous du bois pour le feu. Fill in the blank with the correct definite article: Compulsory liaison with a vowel or definie h. Well, it’s the Champs-Elysees of Austin.

Article défini ou indéfini ?

Ah, yes, love, love, love, always love! This additional sound linking two words is called liaison. Les blattes vivent dans les murs et se reproduisent prodigieusement.

We must cultivate love, and avoid hate and anger. Do you know the UT Tower? Tammy does not like coffee.

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J’aime la cuisine chinoise. I go to France. Anytime the is used in English, a definite article will surely be used in French. This is called elision. I like French a lot.

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