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If there is a mixture of men and women, French rules dictate that you must use ils to talk about the group! On (ohn) - There is not really a noun for "it," but on serves the purpose of a third person neutral pronoun. Typically, it is used to illustrate proper etiquette for a location. í" (ee-see, ohn parle frahn-SAY) -- Here, one speaks French! " Allons équipe! ) - Let's go team! mon, ma, mes (mohn, mah, may) - My, mine The possessive pronouns follow set patterns. Mon is used for masculine nouns and when a noun begins with a vowel, even if the noun is feminine.

To the country. Country here means rural setting. à la ferme. to the farm. aux champs. to the fields. à la fôret. to the forest. à la plage. to the beach. à la rivière. to the river. au lac. to the lake. à la côte. to the coast. à la Côte d'Azur. to the Riviera. à la piscine. (ah la pee-SEEN) ... to the pool. aux montagnes. (oh mohn-TAHN-yuh). to the mountains. au vignoble. (oh vehn-NOH-bluh). to the vineyard. A more formal way to say you are going somewhere is to use the verb visiter (vee-SEE-tay), which means "to visit" and it is normally used for a place as opposed to people.

The museum. le restaurant. the restaurant. le bar/la pub. (le barr/la poob). the pub. Note: words adopted in from English will generally be given a more "French" pronunciation and the terminal consonant is pronounced. la salle de bains. the bathroom/restroom. l'hôtel. the hotel. l'église. (lay-GLEEZ). the church. la cathédrale. the cathedral. la banque. the bank. la poste. the post office. la bibliothèque. the library. l'aéroport. (la-aye-ROW-poor). the airport. le châlet. le château. the castle.

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