"C'est un livre."

Translation:This is a book.

January 3, 2013



It sounds as well as : C'est ton livre - This is your book.

January 3, 2013


Not really, there is a slight difference between the two. But they are very close.

January 7, 2013


So is the le replaced with un?

January 12, 2013


The sentence 'le' is the masculine form of 'the', and 'un' is the masculine form of 'a'. It wants it to be translated to "It is a book", therefore it uses 'un' not 'le'. In the examples for 'livre' the 'le' is just there to drill in that it is masculine. At least as far as I know.

January 31, 2013


How do you know when to use un or une, whether livre is female or male?

January 24, 2013


Are you asking whether livre is masculine or femenine? If so. I'm fairly certain it is masculine considering every example for it has 'le livre' and not 'la livre'. Also, 'un' is the masculine form of 'a' and 'une' is the feminine form of 'a'.

January 31, 2013


This has been troubling me, so C'est is pronounced 'set'?

April 11, 2013


If the word that follows starts with a vowel then "t" is pronounced.

July 17, 2014


no, it is pronounced "say."

July 8, 2013
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