2 C Tu es français? Nationalities review français, française LEÇONTu es français? Nationalities reviewFrançais, françaisefrançais, françaiseNames of nationalities may have two different forms, depending on whom they refer to:MASCULINEFEMININEje suis …tu es …Note In written French the feminine forms always end in -e.
3 CLEÇONAUn garçon, une filleun garçon, une filleIn French, all NOUNS are either MASCULINE or FEMININE.Nouns referring to boys or men are almost always MASCULINE.They are introduced by un (a, an).Nouns referring to girls or women are almost always FEMININE.They are introduced by une (a, an).MASCULINEFEMININEun garçon a boyun ami a friend (male)une fille a girlune amie a friend (female)Link to Image
4 C B mon cousin, ma cousine Le garçon, la fillemon cousin, ma cousineThe French equivalents of my and your have the following forms:le garçon, la filleThe French equivalent of the has two basic forms: le and la.Note Both le and la become l’ before a vowel sound.un copain le copain une copine la copineun ami l’ami une amie l’amieMASCULINEFEMININEle garçon the boyle copain the friendla fille the girl la copine the friendLink to Image
5 C C mon cousin, ma cousine The French equivalents of my and your have the following forms:Note that the feminine ma becomes mon and the feminine ta becomeston before a vowel sound. Liaison is required.une amie mon amie ton amiemon cousin, ma cousineThe French equivalents of my and your have the following forms:Note that the feminine ma becomes mon and the feminine ta becomeston before a vowel sound. Liaison is required.une amie mon amie ton amieMASCULINEFEMININEmon cousin my cousin (male) mon frère my brotherma cousine my cousin (female)ma soeur my sisterton cousin your cousin (male) ton frère your brotherta cousine your cousin (female) ta soeur your sisterLink to Image