"This is my egg."
Translation:C'est mon œuf.
I am confussed as to when you are to and not to use le/un/du infront of a noun
le = the, un = a
du is more confusing, as we don't have an equivalent in English. it can mean "some" as in "some strawberries = des fraises" Otherwise, put "du" where in English there is no article (in French, there must always be an article) so "they read books = ils lisent des livres"