La not le :(
I remember this because in Spanish, "La" is used to denote female. Think of "la" as in lassie (any of you ever played pokemon? remember dueling those lassies?)
if you need help,
La: Feminine "the"
le: Masculine "the"
"e" Is almost always added to feminine words.
Not at all
La vs. Une?
La = The, Une = A
La fille: the girl
Une fille: A girl
I'd like to know what is the difference between "Fille" and "Femme"! Can someone help me?
Fille is girl and femme is woman
Hey Julia do you play duolingo
Hi....... I had the same broblem but I learned that fille is girl (child) and femme is women(adult)
I mean girl
la femme: The woman
la fille: the girl
Fille = little girl
Its a little trickey because i keep forgeting how to spell fille
No it's not fille is like this I know that because i was in french preschool and now I'm in french grade 3
Ya i get it
Oh man i forgot Le is for boy la for girls
le =the but la=??
They both mean "the". "Le" is masculine and "la" is feminine.
La is for the
I love learning other languages
What us difference between le and la?
Le is for a boy and la is for a girl
Is there any difference between "La" and "la"?
I put Femme instead
Why not la femme?
Femme is woman
Ugh I put la insted of La
There the Same
une fille un garcon
What I wrote is correct. La fille. Was marked wrong. Odd
There's something wrong with the answer function. No matter what I put, its wrong
Why can't une work ??
.... Oh well! ;)