1Une entrée adulte, s'il vous plaît How to say 'a', 'an' or 'one'Une entrée adulte, s'il vous plaît
2The words un and une have two meanings in French. They can be used as numbers, meaning 'one'. They can also be used with the meaning of 'a/an'.
3Un always goes with masculine words, whereas une goes with feminine ones. UN GARÇONUNE FILLE
4To say 'some' or to state an unspecified amount des is used followed by the plural. DES GARÇONSDES FILLES
5To make a word plural, you add an -s, but usually this isn't pronounced. UNE RUE DES RUESUNE ENTRÉE DES ENTREESUN SAC DES SACSUN EURO DES EUROS
6The singular indefinite articles in French correspond to a, an, or one in English. The plural corresponds to some. There are three forms of the French indefinite article.UNUNEDES
7Note that the plural indefinite article is the same for masculine and feminine nouns, whereas the singular has a different form for masculine and feminine.
8The indefinite article usually refers to an unspecified person or thing.
9The indefinite article can also refer to just one of something Il y a un étudiant dans la salle - There is one student in the room.J'ai une soeur - I have one sister.
10When referring to a person's profession or religion, the indefinite is not used in French, although it is used in English. I know, I know, the exceptions never end. Je suis professeur - I am a teacher. Je suis catholique- I am catholic
11Number:0 zero 1 un 2 deux 3 trois 4 quatre 5 cinq 6 six 7 sept 8 huit 9 neuf 10 dix