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LesediA1Kwiziq community member

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Hi, um does, "il mange de la glace" mean he eats sone ice cream, or he eats ice cream?

Asked 6 months ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Ledesi,

The partitive article 'some' (or 'any') is often omitted in English.

This isn't the case with French where it has to be in the sentence.

Please take a look at the following lesson for more information -

Partitive Article – du, de la, de l’, des

 

 

KristineA2Kwiziq community member

It means both or either

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Hi, um does, "il mange de la glace" mean he eats sone ice cream, or he eats ice cream?

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