Pain should buzz in your nose. Pomme rhymes with "um" like you are scratching your head and thinking.
I'm having a wicked time with mange, manges and mangent. Anyone know where I can get clarification on these.
They are all pronounced exactly the same. You need to listen for the subject and memorize the endings. I know... "ent" should not be a silent ending, but it is! Here are your er verb endings: Je e Tu es Il / Elle e
Nous ons Vous ez Ils/ Elles ent
You have to commit them to heart. No other way to learn them. Best 10 minutes of French study ever. Nearly all French verbs are "er" verbs. You will have mastered most of the present tense once you have the endings memorized. Bonne chance !
they all sound the same, they only way to tell the difference is to listen to what comes before.
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I always run out of hearts on this type of quiz! For me its hard to understand! Anybody else?!
When hearing it slowly, the article sounds more like 'les' than 'le' to me. D'accord?
Du is a combination of "de + le", the masculin form of "de la". Because, in this case, bread is masculine (le pain), we use "du".
well if the noun has no article what does du help for and what the difference between using du or un\une
"Du" is "de + le" and means "some", so it has the article in it. Un(e) are singular so, if you were to use them in this case, it would be "The cat eats a bread. (Le chat mange un pain)". Since we're trying to say "The cat eats some bread. (Le chat mange du pain.)", we use "du"