Word Division—Vowels

²         Two vowels together are generally separated if they are strong vowels (a, e, o).

a / é / ro / port (aéroport/airport)

²         But if you are dealing with a weak vowel (i, u), it ordinarily remains in the same syllable with its neighboring vowel, especially if that other vowel is strong vowel.

huî / tre (huître / oyster)

Definite Article

The definite article in French has four forms, and they all mean “the”:

Gender

Singular

Plural

Masculine

le, l’

les

Feminine

la, l’

les

 

Singular

Plural

le garçon / the boy

l’arbre (m) / the tree

la jeune fille / the gril

l’actrice / the actress

les garçons / the boys

les arbres / the trees

les junes filles / the girls

les actrices / the actresses

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