you love people and like other things.J'aime une fille is i love a girl and J'aime des fries is I like fries.Thats what I have understood.
The difference is in the degree of intensity.
- je l'aime -> I love it/him/her
- je l'aime bien -> I like her
- je l'aime beaucoup -> I like it a lot
- j'adore les fraises -> I love stawberries
"tu" is exclusively used as a single subject.
In its direct object form, it becomes "te" (or t' in front of a word starting with a vowel sound) and it moves in front of the verb.
A meal is a combination of various prepared dishes = le repas
Food is anything edible = la nourriture
I love this meal = j'adore ce repas.
I like/enjoy this meal = j'aime (bien) ce repas.
This says love too, and it said it was wrong. They should just put like for that sentence
I don't understand because you can love the meal and you can like the meal, how are you meant to tell the difference??
I love the meal = j'adore le repas
I like the meal = j'aime (bien) le repas
And george, i think its because 'food' can sometimes be a singular, but duo is talking about a plural idk
I think you use cet when the following word starts or sounds like it starts with a vowel.
"Cet" is a demonstrative adjective used before masculine nouns that begin with a vowel or vowel sound.
How can you hear the difference between "j'aime ce repas" and "j'aime sa repas"? Couldn't I be saying " I like your meal"? Or is my grammar wrong?
sa repas is not an option, since "un repas" is masculine, so you would get "son repas".
dish = un plat, either the container (large plate or bowl) or the content.
"la nourriture/food" is the generic word for anything edible. A meal is "a meal/un repas", ie a specific combination of various foods.
Whats the difference between "les" & "le" and plurals such as: "Fille" & Filles" it seems to sound similar.
Plural words ending in -s have the same pronunciation as the singular.
However, you can know that a noun is plural by focusing on its determiner: articles, possessives, demonstratives are all different from singular to plural.
- LA fille vs LES filles: LAH vs LAY
When the words are used as determiners:
- "this" shows something singular close to you and "that" something singular further away from you - in time or space
- "these" is the plural of "this" and "those" is the plural of "that".
I learned that" j'aime bien " is how you distinguish like from love. I think of it as there being a degree of like but not love.
aimer means to like or to love so I like (love) this meal should be accepted
J'aime ce repas = I like/enjoy/am enjoying this meal
J'aime bien ce repas = I like/enjoy/am enjoying this meal
J'adore ce repas = I love this meal.
The verb "aimer" means to like or to love. We do not know the intensity with which it is said. So, there is no real difference.