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Partitive articles

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hailey logan

on 25 November 2014

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Partitive Articles

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Some examples of partitive articles are:

de la

de l'

de/ d'

Partitive articles are used for saying some/any in french they just are different because one is plural one is feminine one is masculine & one is for a vowel or 'h'

* Du = masculine
* De la = feminine
* Des = plural
* De l' = vowel or 'h'
* De/ d' = negative sentence

What are Partitive Articles?
Des: (plural) add des before the

example: Est-ce que je peux avoir des chocolats

Elle manger des bananes

How to create a
Partitive Article sentence with 'des'
What are Partitive Articles
used for?
De: (negative) Have pas de before the noun and ne before the verb.
example~ Elle ne manger pas de soupe.
(She does not eat soup.)
*Whenever writing a negative sentence it will ALWAYS be DE no matter what... even if the noun is masculine, feminine, or plural, except if it starts with a vowel or 'h' then it is d'
How to create a
Partitive Article sentence
with de/ d'
De la: Have de la before the noun if it is feminine

Du: Have du before the noun if its masculine

Example of du: Je veux du café
Example of de la: Elle manger de la limonade
How to create a
Partitive Article sentence
with 'De la' & 'Du'
How to create a
partitive article
sentence with de l'
De l': (for a vowel or 'h') Place de l' before the noun in the sentence.

example: Ill boire de l'eau

Elle manger de l'oignon

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