1 Une entrée adulte, s'il vous plaît How to say 'a', 'an' or 'one'Une entrée adulte, s'il vous plaît
2 The 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'.
3 Un always goes with masculine words, whereas une goes with feminine ones. UN GARÇONUNE FILLE
4 To say 'some' or to state an unspecified amount des is used followed by the plural. DES GARÇONSDES FILLES
5 To 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
6 The 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
7 Note that the plural indefinite article is the same for masculine and feminine nouns, whereas the singular has a different form for masculine and feminine.
8 The indefinite article usually refers to an unspecified person or thing.
9 The 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.
10 When 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
11 Number:0 zero 1 un 2 deux 3 trois 4 quatre 5 cinq 6 six 7 sept 8 huit 9 neuf 10 dix