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" There are in French three articles, the definite, the indefinite, and the partitive. They agree in gender and number with the noun to which they relate. Definite Article. The definite article is le, la, les, the. 3. Le is masculine singular ; as, le père,... "
French and English Self-taught: Vocabulaire Français Et Anglais Comprenant ... - Page 41
by Xavier Méfret - 1882 - 80 pages
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A Practical Course of French Lessons, Or A Grammar of the French Tongue

Hallard - 1813
...hers, ours, yours,, and theirs, are always preceded in French by the article, le, la, I', les, and agree in gender and number with the noun to which they relate ; as, Avez-vous toujours votre cheval ? Je n'ai plus le mien, Have you still your horse ? 1 have disposed...
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A Grammar of the French Tongue

G. Cambier - 1851 - 299 pages
...these ; this, these ; that those. Fem. Celle, celles ; celle-ci, celles-ci ; celle-la, celles-lii. They agree in gender and number with the noun to which they refer. Remark. — Do not confound c? demonstrative pronoun, with ce demonstrative adjective. The former...
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The beginner's own French book. [With] Key, Volume 1

Charles Jean Delille - 1853
...Let us be happy, but let us be wise. The interjection expresses a sudden emotion ; as, HA! HÉLAS! ARTICLE. There are in French three articles, the definite,...la, les, the. 3. Le is masculine singular ; as, le père, the father. 4. La is feminine singular ; as, la mère, the mother. 5. L' (apostrophe, see page...
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Grammar of the French language. [With] Graduated exercises, Volume 1

Auguste Beljame - 1859
...express some quality belonging to it. 40. In English, qualificative adjectives never vary, but in French they agree in gender and number with the noun to which they relate. Ex. Le père est bon, La mère est bonne, Les fils sont bons, Les filles sont bonnes, The father is...
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French in ten months, by the author of French as it is spoken

John Tourrier - 1859
...— The Participle Past considered as an adjective. All adjectives taken from participles past must agree in gender and number with the noun to which they relate, if their noun be preceded by an article determinative ; or if the participle is preceded by any of...
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A grammar of the French language: Accidence

Henri van Laun - French language - 1863
...97. Lequel, (ms), laquelle, (fs), lesquels, (mp), lesquelles (fp) are used instead of qui, or que. They agree in gender and number with the noun to .which they relate, and are thus declined : — SIKGULAR. PLURAL. .UAS. FEM. MAS. PEM. Nom. lequel, laquelle lesquels,...
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Grammar of the French Language

Auguste Beljame - 1863 - 156 pages
...express some quality belonging to it. 40. In English, qualificative adjectives never vary, but in French they agree in gender and number with the noun to which they relate Ex. Le père est bon, La mire est bonne, Lesß!s sont bons, Lesßlles sont bonnes, The father is good....
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The beginner's comprehensive French book

J. Delpech - French language - 1866
...quelconques quelconques whatever (no singular) plusieurs plusieurs several. 163. — Indefinite adjectives agree in gender and number with the noun to which they relate. They generally go before it, with the exception of quelconque, which is always put after. Singular....
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Guide to French Conversation

William A. Bellenger, Charles Witcomb - French language - 1867 - 258 pages
...happy, but let us be wise. The interjection expresses a sudden emotion ; as, HA ! H F. ia K ! ABTICLE. There are in French three articles, the definite,...la, les, the. 3. Le is masculine singular ; as, le père, the father. 4. La is feminine singular ; as, la mère, the mother. 5. L' (apostrophe, see page...
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French Accidence and Minor Syntax

Léon Delbos - French language - 1878 - 65 pages
...thyself himself herself ourselves yourselves themselves POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS. 98. — Possessive pronouns agree in gender and number with the noun to which they relate. 99. — Possessive pronouns relate either to one person or to several. POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS RELATING...
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