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why is it l'homme if h is not a vowel?
The h is silent so it's pronounced as if it starts with a vowel.
That's what I figured, thank you for clarifying.
In french a, e, i, o, u and silent h are considered vowels
is = [ est ] Variation on doing word.
So in french the present continuous and the present simple are the same?