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Ma mere deteste le beurre. Elle achete Nous n'aimons pas les legumes. Nous mangeons Patrick n'aime pas tout. Il mange des legumes, mais il n'aime pas tous Il adore Au petit dejeuner, il prend Elle arrive trop tard. Elle veut acheter. Quel dommage! Elle boit Au diner, Pauline prend Il y a sel dans la soupe.
Il y a : beaucoup de sel dans la soupe. Il y a sucre dans la tarte. Il y a lait dans l'omelette. Il y a poivre dans la soupe. Il y a sel dans la salade aux crabes. Il y a tomates dans la pizza. En France. Ils mangent des tartines de pain avec du beurre ou de la confiture, des croissants ou des biscottes. Cochez la bonne reponse:. Dites si c'est Au revoir mes amis! Cochez la bonne reponse: Dites si c'est Je mange Tu manges Il mange.
It gets a little more complicated when you mention a precise number un, deux, trois , etc. In French, we still use en but we add the number afterwards: your first sentence should read As-tu un stylo? Oui, j'en ai un. Just like Tu fais un footing? Oui, j'en fais un. You could actually say I have three of them in English too: three would be trois , and of them would be en "J'en ai trois". It has to be J' en ai un, j' en ai deux , etc.
French grammar is extremely logical and definitely not as flexible as English grammar. Everything needs to be linked somehow in French. In English, it's okay to say I have one , but we French people consider that you can't own a number. You can't have "one": you can only have one item of something. The word en gives a meaning to an abstract mathematical number. Last edited: May 19, Which one is correct in this example?
Thanks so much for your reply. En stands for des. The examples given in this link are all wrong? It's not wrong, it's as Oddmania said with the difference between it and one. Beware that the example with aimer doesn't work with plural. It's not really incorrect, but it's not widely used, sounds weird.
Last edited: May 20, Zwim: Oddmania clearly said that it was wrong. Click to expand Oddmania said:. Both sentences syntax are correct je la mange, j'en mange une. What Oddmania said was wrong was not the syntax but the correspondance between the sentence on the left and the sentence on the right because it does not carry the same information.
We will see why below. The apple which is any apple on the left becomes this very apple on the right. So strictly speaking the correspondance is not an exact match, you have added some information. And also I asked if the examples given in this link were wrong. You said it was correct. It contains the same pair. To make you better understand the difference between une and la, let's examine the following situation. There are two baskets with apples.
It can't be any other green apple, because we used la , the reader understand this apple can be identified uniquely, since in basket B there are 3 green apples, we don't know which one it could be, while in basket A, there is only 1 such apple, so we conclude it is this particular g1 apple even without looking at the baskets.
Because you just said he has an egg, this is defining precisely this egg.
Translations in context of "je mange là." in French-English from Reverso Context: Même à Islamabad je mange là. Translations in context of "Je mange du" in French-English from Reverso Context: Je mange du bacon en bikini. "Je mange" translates to "I am eating" (present continuous) or "I eat" present simple. "I ate" translates to "J'ai mangé" (compound past, or ".