French Adjectives – Agreement in Number and Gender

French adjectives can change their forms depending on whether the nouns they describe are masculine or feminine, singular or plural. Usually the feminine form adds “e” to the masculine adjective. This can change the pronunciation of the adjective by causing the final consonant to be pronounced. Eg.: The dog is small.     ms Le chien est petit. … Read more

Numbers One to Twelve

Today’s lesson is about counting to twelve. Practice saying the French numbers. (Please note that the guides to pronunciation only give a rough idea of what things really sound like in French. Listen to the podcast to hear the correct pronunciation.) 1 = un (UHn), une (UN) 2 = deux (DEUH) 3 = trois (TRWAH) … Read more