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ALPHABETS Hindi Pronunciation English Pronunciation ah bay say day er ef zhay ahsh ee zhee kah el em en oh pay ku airr ess

airr ess tay u vay doobl-vay eeks ee-grek zed French Hindi Translation

French Alphabets A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Numbers 1 2 3

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Articles : A, An, The or Some. In French all nouns have a gender that is they are either masculine or feminine. Articles change depending on the gender of the noun that follows weather its singular or plural. 'A' or 'An' is expressed by : un (masculine singular) une (feminine singular) 'The' is expressed by : le (masculine singular) la (feminine singular) l' (before a vowel or h) les (masculine & feminine plural) 'Some' or 'any' are expressed by : du (masculine singular)

de la (feminine singular) de l' (before vowel or h) des (masculine & feminine plural) Examples for Articles in French and English: ("The") French le passeport l' hotel la lecon les passeports ("A" or "An") French un Chquier une letter ("Some" or "Any") French du vin de la bire de' l alcool des lecons Gender of Nouns In french -e and -ion are feminine endings. Noun denoting male gender are masculine while nouns that denote female gender are feminine. Female gender is expressed by : -e -ion Example : la personne le professeur denoting male person. English some wine some beer some alcohol some lessons English a cheque book a letter English the passport the hotel the lesson the passports

Examples for Genders :

("le") French le journal le parfum le neveu le prix ("la") French la dame la valise la station la journaliste English lady suitcase station female journalist English newspaper perfume nephew price

The plural is formed by: - Adding 's' - Adding 'x' to words ending 'au'or 'eu' - Adding 'al' to 'aux' - Words ending with 'x' and 's' do not change.

Examples for plural of nouns : (By Adding "s") French Valise English valises

(By Adding "x" to words ending "au" or "eu") French Chateau Neveu English chateaux neveux

(By Adding "al" to "aux" ) French Journal English journaux

The plural is formed by: - Adding 's' - Adding 'x' to words ending 'au'or 'eu' - Adding 'al' to 'aux' - Words ending with 'x' and 's' do not change.

Examples for plural of nouns : (By Adding "s") French Valise English valises

(By Adding "x" to words ending "au" or "eu") French Chateau Neveu English chateaux neveux

(By Adding "al" to "aux" ) French Journal English journaux

To Have Pronouns in french (AVOIR) English Pronunciation To have I have You have He has She has We have You have They have (m) French Pronunciation AVOIR jai tu as il a elle a nous avons vous avez ils ont Hindi Pronunciation

They have (f) Subject Pronouns I You He, it She, it We You They (m) They (f)

elles ont je tu (f) il elle nous vous ils elles

To Be Pronouns in French English Pronunciation To Be I am you are He is She is We are You are They are (m) They are (f) French Pronunciation ETRE je suis tu es il est elle est nous sommes vous etes ils sont illes sont Hindi Pronunciation

Negative Pronouns in French English Pronunciation The Negative I have not You have not He has not je n'ai pas tu n' pas il n' a pas French Pronunciation Hindi Pronunciation

She has not We have not You have not They have not (m) They have not (f)

elle n' pas nous n'avons pas vous n'avez pas ils n'out pas elles n'out pas