"The boy is eating a pizza."
Translation:Le garçon mange une pizza.
You don't know by any normal way. You just have to learn what objects are what gender over time. VERY ANNOYING.
How do I know whether a word is masculine or feminine? In this instance, how could I have established 'pizza' was feminine?
Honestly, you just need to memorize them by using the words. There may be patterns you pick up on, but these will not be true all the time. Sorry that there's no clear answer!
Le = masculine La = feminine une = feminine un = masculine
Why couldn't they keep it consistant and have the 'e's being masculine!? haha
This is troubling me. I find it interesting that in the French language, objects have certain genders. I guess people weren't kidding when they said French was one of the hardest languages to learn , right next to english.
That's not what the original commenter was saying. Obviously, no, we don't. First commenter was just saying that French is difficult to learn, and that English is also hard to learn. The gendered words part of the comment was exclusive to French.
This sentence is wrong because "une" is Feminine, and they are talking about a boy eating pizza
une is describing the pizza, which is feminine. the masculine article "le" is used here for the boy :)
whats the easiest way to know if the word is feminine to masculine to determine whether to use "un" or "une"
There is another sentence which was "The man is eating an apple." which is "L'homme est mange une pomme." and this sentence is "The boy is eating a pizza." which is "Le garçon mange une pizza." Now, why was the 'est' in the second sentence taken out ?
Is there anyone who could do me the favor of explaining how to know if a word is feminine or masculine? I find the concept odd as my first language does not have gender specific words.
Somehow I got a question wrong when it corrected me it was the exact same thing. What the heck.
Ciuuuuuuuy uh jkl+999gv. B monção uu90009787665te11 dez fvv fui jjiijjjj. Ñ
From what I am experiencing the masculinity as well as femininity of a word is similar (if not identical) to those of the Spanish language. So for any spanish speakers there's your tip =^.^=
i did not put une but i'm pretty sure une is for girls not boys and im pretty sure it should be Le garcon mange un pizza