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im not sure which article (either la or le) goes with the word ecole (meanse school0

can you help me?

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    oh nevermind I figured it out.

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    Bonjour, Miche! French words that begin with a vowel (a, e, i, o, u and some with h) begin with l' = l'école, but the word is feminine.

    Since it looks like you are beginning with articles, I'll see if I can "cut and paste" a review for you. If I can't, I'll come back and retype it:



    DEFINITE AND INDEFINITE ARTICLES

    The definite article, the has four forms:

    le before a masculine singular noun le livre the book
    beginning with a consonant
    __________________________________________________________
    la before a feminine singular noun la page the page
    beginning with a consonant
    __________________________________________________________
    l’ before a singular noun of either l’ami the friend
    gender beginning with a vowel l’homme the man
    or silent h
    __________________________________________________________
    les before all plural nouns les livres the books
    les pages the pages
    les amis the friends
    les hommes the men
    __________________________________________________________
    The indefinite article, a (an), has two forms: un, une.
    un before a masculine noun un livre a book

    une before a feminine noun une page a page
    __________________________________________________________
    The article must be expressed in French before each noun, although it may be omitted in English:
    le père et la mère the father and mother

    un crayon et une plume a pencil and pen

    Sra (aka Mme)

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    P.S. As usual, the "cut and paste" did not work.

    DEFINITE AND INDEFINITE ARTICLES:

    le before a masculine singular noun beginning with a consonant = le livre (the book)

    la before a feminine singular noun bginning with a consonant = la page (the page)

    l' before a singular noun of either gender beginning with a vowel or silent h = l'ami (the friend) / l'homme (the man)

    les before all plural nouns = les livrs / les pages / les amis (the friends) / les hommes (the mn)

    The indefinite article, a (an), has two forms: un, une

    un before a masculine noun = un livre (a book)

    une before a feminine noun = une page (a page)

    The article must be xpressed in French before EACH noun, although it may be omitted in English:

    le père et la mère = the father and mother
    un crayon et une plume = a pencil and pen

    Feel free to ask any other question.

    Sra (aka Mme)

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    the answer is la,at least im pretty sure.

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