More Than One

Most French nouns form the plural by adding ā€œsā€ at the end, just like in English. Because this final ā€œsā€ is not usually pronounced in French, The plural must also be indicated by the accompanying article. le or la becomes les (the) un or une becomes des (often translated as some) For example: le chien … Read more

Gender

One of the key differences between English and French is that French nouns have gender. Gender exists in many languages such as Spanish, Italian, German and some of the oldest documented languages that we are still familiar with today, Latin and Classical Greek. Whenever you learn a new noun in French you must be sure … Read more