Level A1 - French Definite, Indefinite, and Partitive Articles
What are French articles, why do we need them, and how do we use them?
Level A1 - French definite, indefinite, and partitive articles
This is a complete lesson on how to use French articles: LE - LA - LES - L' - UN - UNE - DES - DU - DE LA - D'.
- What are articles?
- Why are there different kinds of articles?
- How do I know which article to use?
- Why are articles difficult for English speakers?
STEP 1: Print out your 4 page lesson guide, and take out a pen so you can take some of your own as you watch my 11 minute video tutorial on French articles.
STEP 2: Exercise #1 - Masculine nouns - UN vs. LE - Answer key and translations included
STEP 3: Exercise #2 - Feminine nouns - UNE vs. LA - Answer key and translations included
STEP 4: Exercise #3 - Plural nouns - DES vs. LES - Answer key and translations included
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