How do you know when you are speaking about more than 1 thing when singular and plural sound the sam
How do you know when you are speaking about more than 1 thing when singular and plural sound the same?
For example: fille, filles (the "s" is silent)
Usually, the "les" or "des" in a plural situation would give it away. If you are saying, "J'aime les filles", you would know that it is plural because the "les" gives it away, as opposed to "J'aime la fille" where the "la" shows that the "girl" is singular.
Les is actually pronounced le, and Le is actually pronounced luh. La is just la
Des is actually pronounced de, and De is pronounced duh. De La, would not be duh la but instead, de la