I'm always confused with sommes and sont
I'm confused with the pronunciations
"sommes" is used for "we/nous" and "sont" for third person plural.
The audio for this one sounds so close to "Le fille sont calme". How do you hear the nuance with all the silent characters?
Because you can clearly hear 'sont' instead of 'est' ('are' instead of 'is'), you know it's plural so has to be 'Les filles' and not 'La fille', even though these sound almost identical.
In school (long ago), I was taught to always translate "girl" as "jeune fille." Does that sound wrong now, or antiquated, or regional?
French Duolingos fascination with being rich and calm is getting as strange as annoying.
The male and female voices have different pronunciations of ”calmes”. I find this confusing. Which is, or are both, correct?
They are from different regions of France, so they are both correct - I believe the male is more southern. I personally prefer the woman's pronunciation, and pay more attention to hers.
When does fille mean daughter and when girl?
I love this way
The correct answer is marked wrong
I cannot hear the endings of any word and I am just guessing by the context Any ideas If I hear les I know the rest is all plural but I can't hear the plural endings??
that is what I said
When do i have tl use la fille or le fille?
Well, in Irish, they're obsessed with pink girls and women, and crabs and foxes that talk!
The daughters are still
The daughters are calm
The daughters are quite
The girls are quite is accepted