"The women are eating a pizza."
Translation:Les femmes mangent une pizza.
So do you only use "les" when the noun is plural and "la" and "le" for the feminine and masculine singular nouns or non?
I feel like Duolingo should start trying to teach Verlan, at least where it's common. I know Femme is important to know, but hopefully they decide to accept Meuf and other Verlan. (Ofc I wouldn't want to accept ALL Verlan in the course, just a good minority of the Verlan that's used by almost everyone in France and beyond.) Meuf and Turevoi are super common in my opinion. They should just have a Verlan Skill later in the course?
Is the word pizza feminine or is it "une" because it is women eating the pizza?