C'est pourquoi je suis un peu gras
no more fries for you, tu va manger des haricots et des carottes
Correct me if I'm wrong, it is
Tout (m sing), Tous (m pl), Toute (f sing), Toutes (f pl)
Right, these are the forms of adjective "tout".
Is there much of a distinction between saying aloud "frites" and "fruites"? Because I am liable to write either when that sound comes up.
Frites = "freet"
Fruits = "frou-eet" (though it runs together pretty quickly, not really two distinct syllables)
fruits = [fru-ee] (no T sound at the end)
Yep, sorry, you're correct.
"fruites" does not exist.
"fruité" means fruity, it is an adjective and you should hear the U sound in the middle.
What is wrong with "All the fries are for me?"
You used definite article "the" (les) instead of demonstrative adjective "these" (ces)
I got docked for this one too. I think in English one might say either "all these fries" or "all the fries" interchangeably when referring to a specific collection of fries.
Sitesurf thank you for all your help. I would be lost without you clarifications.