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when i want to say to take pictures, is it prendre des photos ou des images? And do you use les or des?

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  1. I would use prendre des photos.. but it doesn't really matter

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  2. Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Yes, it DOES matter whether you use the definite article, an indefinite article OR the partitive.

    definite article = Je prends LES photos = I take/do take/am taking THE photos.

    indefinite article = Je prends UNE photo. = I take/do take/am taking A photo.

    Of course, when you use the indefinite article in the plural, you must use the partitive: Je prends des photos. = I take/do take/am taking SOME photos.

    Mme

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