L’ARTICLE PARTITIF. Les articles partitfs s’emploient devant les noms désignant des choses qui ne peuvent se compter. Ils désignent une partie plus ou moins. Fill in all the gaps, then press “Check” to check your answers. Use the “Hint” button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the. Explore Angela Drummond’s board “L’article partitif” on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Exercices sur les articles partitifs: d’ – de – du. gaia fromcy · French.

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The definite article refers to something as a whole. It took me a long time to understand this, but with practice it will make sense to you.

L’article partitif ( du, de la, de l’,des)

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arficle In French a definite article it is a precise name, and the partitive is a part among what the name means. According to this pattern: Add more detail to your question.

Je mange du riz. What about negative sentences referring to body parts? To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: I would rather have chicken and vegetables. I want some good cheese.

Nourriture – article partitif et indéfini

I’ve got some animals. We are told that partitive articles become de or d’ in negative tenses. Ils font beaucoup de sport. Is this rule exclusive for partitive articles?

You are having some wine, aren’t you? Je joue au golf. Would you like to watch more videos in French? It was my understanding that a definite article should be used, even in the negative, but my teacher says that this is wrong. Of course you are correct. Hi Paul, C’est is the contraction of ce est. Do you want some wine?

Partitif article followed by propername I have the following sentence Il biot Coca-cola tous les jours. Tags articlesarticles partitifslearn Frenchpartitive articlesquantityuncountable nouns.


The first one is considered more correct but you will articlee both in French. Tammy ne exercics pas de viande.

I still don’t get this right every time, but I am getting better. While the indefinite article un, une, des is used with countable quantities un oeuf, deux oeufs It helped me a lot.

articlle Have been racking my brain to think of any other beverages which are feminine but these are the only ones I could muster Thank you so much. Is this olive oil? The partitive article is needed when talking about an unknown or unspecified quantity of something uncountable.

This one you can think of in English.