Using Le,la,l' to say the.

HarischandraA0Kwiziq community member

Using Le,la,l' to say the.

How to conjugate sentences  with these?

Asked 2 years ago
CélineKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Bonjour Harischandra,

Here are links that might help you make the difference:

Le-la-l' as definite articles

Le-la-l'-les = direct object pronouns

Subject / Object / Pronouns

I hope this is helpful.

Bonne journée !

JimC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Hi Harischandra,

Apologies if I am misunderstanding but you seem to be confusing more than one aspect of French grammar.

A) Grammatical persons singular and plural (with respect to conjugation)

B) Subject and object pronouns.

C) Definite articles

These aspects are too broad to be explained here but perhaps it is these parts of grammar that you need to be clear about. You may wish to consider buying a quality French grammar reference or review the various lesson with Kwiziq or Laura Lawless https://progress.lawlessfrench.com/

Bonne continuation 

Jim

PierreA0Kwiziq community member

bonjour ,how to construct a sentence using verbs

 

CélineKwiziq team member

Bonjour Pierre,

To construct a simple sentence you need: subject + verb (and, if you wish to make more complex sentences, you'll need to master a lot of other elements too)

Je parle I speak

Je parle français I speak French

Je parle lentement = I speak slowly

Je parle avec mes amis = I speak with my friends

Take a look below:

French Verbs

Difference between subjects, objects and pronouns - Grammar Point

How do you become good at constructing sentences?

I hope this is helpful.

Bonne journée !

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