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FRENCH INDEX FRENCH - grammar - ARTICLES 01 - masculine and feminine GRAMMAR: INDEX


MASCULINE AND FEMININE

In French, all nouns (names of things) are either masculine or feminine.

So when you learn a noun (the name of something), you need to know whether it's a "he" or a "she".

Why? Firstly, because the word "THE" changes, according to whether the noun it refers to is masculine or feminine.

"le" is "the (masculine)" and "la" is "the (feminine)".
so we have "
le garçon" (the boy) and "la fille" (the girl).
BUT we also have "
le livre" (the book) and "la table" (the table).

This takes a bit of getting used to! especially for people who speak English as their first language. But if you can grasp that French-speaking people see *everything* as male or female, you will have mastered the biggest "difference" between the French and English languages.

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