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Homework Help: French

Posted by Bryce on Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at 9:45pm.

Do these sentences make sense? Im a bit confused on when to use des,de,du etc. versus l',les,la,le etc.

-Il vous faut de jambon, le baguette, et du fromage.
-Il vous faut des fruits et des sucre.
-Il vous faut le steak et les frites.
-Il vous faut les oeufs et le fromage.
-Il vous faut les tomates, le fromage, et les legumes.
-Il vous faut les tomates, le fromage, et la laitue.

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