iam glad i can speak spanish fluently
Ha ha ha If you know Spanish, it will be easier for you to learn French. Gracias a Dios que se un poco de ingles.
how come "a girl", and "a boy" are not acceptable?
because la/le = the un/une = a
why if I write girl,boy not accepted?
because of la and le. it means the
The girl the waiter...?
Why not l' garçon?
Because compression of "le" is only before words starting with a vowel (l'oeuf) to avoid a clumsy break "le - ouef"
How come I couldn't say him boy and her girl?
"La" does not mean "Her" and "Le" does not mean "Him". They are feminine and masculine forms of "The" (respectively)
la fille, le garçon hahah
un fille, the girl un garcon, the boy
How do you pronounce "garçon"? I can't understand it a bit :(
A bit like "garr-sawn"
It sounds like gyak-sawn :(
why is there masculine and feminine words? why cant i just say la fille, la garcon?
That was decided centuries ago.
What's the symbol under c in garcon called and why is it important?
remember that "waiter" is "maître".