French grammar: few basic rules

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Some French grammar of rules you learn in primary education. Important rules you later need much. Did you miss them, you will always keep making the same mistakes. We think here of the contraction and à le le and whether, to the various forms of ce and quel to use after a denial. With this short summary you'll go a long way!

à + le, la, l 'and lesson


de + le, la, l 'and lesson


ce, cette, cet, ces

  • Ce is the meaning of "those" or "that". It is a demonstrative pronoun.
  • The sex change depending on the gender of the noun or noun which it assists.
  • Ppgepast! "cettes" is a form letter many but that does not exist! Deleted so!

quel, quelle, quels, quelles

quel can mean two things.
First, it can be used in an interrogative sentence. It means "what".
Example: quel livre veux-tu?
Secondly, it can be used in an exclamatory sentence. It means "what".
Example: quel sale gosse!
The sex
Changes according to the gender of the noun or noun which it assists.
quel is masculine singular
Examples:
  • Quel livre veux-tu?
  • Quel sale gosse!

quelle is feminine singular
Examples:
  • Quelle orange veux-tu?
  • Quelle misery!

quels is masculine plural
Examples:
  • Quels livres veux-tu?
  • Quels sales gosses!

quelles is feminine plural
Examples:
  • Quelles chaises veux-tu?
  • Quelles belles filles!

After the denial

Du, the drawer and be of the following a denial by simple verbs and avoir
examples:
  • Je mange du pain is je ne mange pas de pain
  • Je mange de la confiture is je ne mange pas de confiture
  • Je mange des biscuits you will ne mange jamais biscuits
  • J'ai un chien is your n'ai plus de chien
  • J'ai des livres you will n'ai pas de livres

Exception: du, de la and des not change after the verb être!
Examples:
  • Je suis du pays remains je ne suis pas du pays
  • Je suis de la partie remains je ne suis pas de la partie
  • Je serai des vôtres remains je ne serai pas des vôtres

Il y a

The French il ya is both singular and plural and means Dutch is both out there, there is, as there is out there, are there, are there, etc.
Examples:
  • Il y a une fille dans le couloir
  • Il y a des filles dans le couloir

With these very simple rules can go a long way and make grammatically correct sentences. Success with it!
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