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French Grammar 101 - The Rules

The “Article Partitif”

The “Article Partitif”

The “article partitif” is used to introduce materials and nouns whose quantity is unprecise or cannot be counted. Its form varies depending on the different conditions listed below.

The Weirdos - aka The Feminin Form of Special Words

The Weirdos - aka The Feminin Form of Special Words

So, yes there are simple rules and mnemonics to use masculin and feminin nouns appropriately, but there are also special nouns that are radically different in both forms. MOLKOÏ introduces some of them in the list below. You just have to learn them, and (pinky) promise, you'll get used to it.

How To Stop Mistaking Feminin and Masculin Nouns

How To Stop Mistaking Feminin and Masculin Nouns

Now that you know the different noun types, MOLKOÏ will help you dress them with their first layer: their gender. Just like in English, it can be feminin, masculin or neutral and we have simple mnemonics to help you choose accordingly. Let's start with the "noms animés" (animated nouns type).

How To Use French Determiners

How To Use French Determiners

A determiner's function is to introduce a noun. It also carries information about the noun it refers to. The French language classifies its determiners according to the type of information it brings. Let's get familiar with the different categories.

The 8 Types of Noun in the French Language

The 8 Types of Noun in the French Language

Before dressing or undressing nouns in sentences as you please, MOLKOÏ will help you identify them by typology so you can understand their function and therefore use them better. Let's start with the 8 different noun types.

 

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