Think of it this way: some bread = du pain, but the bread = le pain
I think du pain is just bread article the is le or la le masculine thus le pain and not du pain
le pain is the bread and du pain is some bread, as you know.
for example:l'homme mange du pain. is the man eats some bread. for example: l'homme mange le pain. is the man eats the bread.
Pain in english relates to bread in french; burnt bread is a pain in the
My major confusion lies in knowing words that are masculine and those that are feminine. I need help!
Feminin la une the verb ends with a e masculin le un the verb ends with out an e
La is used for feminine objects but pain is masculine. So we use le instead of la
As in what? La is feminine "the" Le is masculine "the" Beyond that I don't know.
What's the difference between la and le and when to use one of them. I dont get it how to tell which one is masculine and feminine. HELP
le and la both mean the same but le is the masculine form and la is the feminine form.
Le is used when the noun is masculine (told somehow by the way it is spelled) La is used when the noun is feminine (basically everything else)
How do you know if it is the masculin (du) or femanine (de la) version of some?
I always get confused over masculine and feminine, if bread is masculine does that mean bread is a boy?
How can i recognize which thing is male and which is female to use la or le