He eats a child... AHHHH!
wow that is weird do you know french
Wow for a beginner it really is picking up. About.com has some excellent conjugation information that you can use to supplement your Duolingo learning!! E.g. just type "avoir conjugated" into Google and it's the first thing that appears.
For me, I have better, when I correct my writting process(?), And I'm searching for a verb I just go tcheck in http://www.les-verbes.com/ , (I'm lazy to search in the ''Besserell''
French is so harddddddddddddddddd
Un vs. une. answer may be incorrect here.
I typed 2 capital letter I and 2 lowercase L's and bother were wrong the 2 ii were crossed out and the 2 L's gave a note that there was a typo.
It is supposed to be one capital "I" and one lower case "l"
Just to make it clear visually... "i" and "L" making il not "LL" or "ii"
I typed "il a un enfant" and it said it was wrong. I can't see any difference to that and the actual answer. What did I do wrong?
I typed the same and it worked for me. Maybe they fixed it?
The lower case I
Usually they give the word that you know it starts with but without a cappital. Maybe thats what happened
Thanks jack_waugh! I have just started learning. Your explanation is spot on and very helpful. Cheers.
so close!!!! T_T
Theyer makeing up fun of me grammer!!!!!!!!!
i am 82 i don't need one
why "enfant" has no gender? Well, if we are talking about a child, it can boy either boy or girl, can not?
'Enfant' doesn't have a gender because it starts with a vowel so it would be l'enfant if you want an article, being male or female.
I believe it is masculine. "un enfant".
maculine is a.
Gender is not sex.
The pronouncing is different spelling is different. Can't manage at all
What to do??
definitely could not have been "mange!"
why does this tell us to eat children??
i don't get it.
Why is it not "Il et un enfant?" Thanks
Ugh I'm taking spanish and I get confused with both languages.
He has a child
If anyone is still active here? If so, could you explain this? The first time I typed Il a l'enfant and it said it was wrong. Why? It says he has A child, and a child is L'enfant...
You said 'he has the child'.
Il a un infant
Il a un enfant
Shouldnt it be a????
I always gwt mixed up when putting "a" first then "un"
STUPID BLESSING TOLD ME THE WRONG ANSWER
How do i know which word comes before - a or un ?
i thought have is avoir???