I so cannot tell the difference between plurals and singulars! So frustrating!
Yes. I'm not sure if it is "Nos enfants mangent du poulet" or "Nos enfant mange du poulet"
I'm pretty sure it would be notre enfant vs nos enfants.
Notre enfant is our child whereas nos enfants is our children. Nos is the plural of notre
If we have one child: Notre enfant mange du poulet. Notre = singular, instead of nos.
why it is wrong "our children eat a chicken" ?
That would be "Nos enfants mange un poulet.
Un/une = a/an
Our kids are eating some chicken?
I'm pretty sure in a previous lesson, <<poulet>> was clearly translated as 'hen' rather than 'chicken'........
Poule is hen (the bird) and poulet is chicken (the meat)
My girlfriend (who is a native French speaker) told me that poule is a female chicken, and poulet is the male chicken, so i'm guessing that the meat would be the masculine, no matter the gender of the cooked chicken.
"Our children eats some chicken" is wrong? pourquoi?!?!? :(