"Une abeille !"
When i hovered on the 'abeille' it came down with '(honey) bee'. I typed 'a honey bee' and got it wrong......
the bee movie but everytime they say bee baguettes rain from the sky and everytime that happens it gets frencher
When is une/un to be used as 'the' or 'one'. Also which one is used for male and which for female?
"Un" and "une" are called indefinite articles. They both translate to either "a" (before a consonant) or "an" (before a vowel sound). "Un" is used for masculine-gender nouns; "une" is used for feminine-gender nouns. The use of "a" or "an" has nothing to do with the gender of the French noun, only whether the English noun starts with a vowel sound.