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In french, does le, las, and les always mean "the"? For example, in the title les couleurs, does that mean "The Colors", or can it mean just "Colors?

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    It means the (by the way I take french to). Your absolutely correct!

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    Yes, this is the definite article "the" but often it is not translated into English. That's why "les couleurs" would probably be translated only as "colors."

    Sra (aka Mme)

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