"C'est ton eau."

Translation:This is your water.

October 4, 2017



why not « c'est ta eau » ? eau is a feminine noun.

November 8, 2017


If the noun starts with a vowel or a mute H, always use "ton," no matter the gender. It gets rid of the double vowel sound in "ta" and "eau," making it sound smoother.

November 8, 2017


Thank goodness for these discussion forums...otherwise i would have never known that :)

February 17, 2018


You can also check the tips section by clicking the light bulb before you enter a lesson! :)

July 21, 2018


It is not present in app version

February 4, 2019


You the real mvp

March 31, 2018


Why not 'C'est votre eau'?

November 7, 2017


That's fine as well; it's just not what the audio said. You can use votre when speaking to more than one person or if you want to formally address someone.

April 13, 2018


i have heard its your name

October 4, 2017


I can't give it a listen but the pronunciation is fairly close as long as the o and the nasal on aren't well discriminated - which is definitely tough for non natives

So fair mistake at your level. If you ever have a doubt on something like this, make sure you try a listen in the slow mode, as it usually separates the words quite clearly. It's very likely you would have caught it here.

Happy learning!

October 8, 2017


I understand it can be difficult at first, but you can use the google translate app to listen, I use it for German and Italian words mostly, my mother language is Dutch and I am suprised how wel the Dutch-words are being pronounced, way better than forvo.com. :)

July 3, 2018


I hear nothing

November 9, 2017


Why don't we say To

February 2, 2018


we heard: c est ton haut, instead of : (" c est tonneau") in french we rely "ton eau" it's never separated...(when you pronounce it) if so:ununderstandable!!!

February 16, 2018
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