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How should I say "fille"? Do I place my tongue in a position as if I am going to say an English "L" ? On my computer, it sounds like the French speaker is almost saying "fear" in English....
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Le and la = the. Un and une = A. Le and un are for masculine words, like boy in French. La is for the feminine. Les is for plural words So 'le garçon' is the boy as it is masculine And 'la fille' is the girl because the world 'girl' is feminine.
There are some words in French that have an ending that gives away the gender. Typically, words ending with 'eau' are masculine. 'Le manteau' meaning 'The coat' is an example. And for feminine words, a big giveaway is having 'elle' at the end (as it also means she). For the rest, you'll just have to remember them.