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Understanding The French Subject Pronoun On

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The use of "On" may be the most blatant difference between traditional French and modern spoken French... "On" means "we" in modern French, and we use it all the time as such. However, "on" could mean so much more: "one", "people"... but also "someone", "you", "they" and even "he, she" and "I"... Today I'll go over the many meanings of the impersonal French subject pronoun "on", I'll explain what happens with "on" and adjectives, and give you many examples. [Read More...]

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Everything About the French Tout & Pronunciation of Tous

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When do you write tout, tous, toute ou toutes ? When is the S of "tous" pronounced: when is it "tousss" or "tou"? The reason why it's pronounced differently is grammatical. The word "tout" has different grammatical values in French : it can be an indefinite adjective, an adverb, a noun, an indefinite pronoun or a neutral pronoun. In this article, I'll explain "everything" (pun intended) clearly, with many examples. [Read More...]

Understanding The French Subject Pronoun On

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The use of "On" may be the most blatant difference between traditional French and modern spoken French... "On" means "we" in modern French, and we use it all the time as such. However, "on" could mean so much more: "one", "people"... but also "someone", "you", "they" and even "he, she" and "I"... Today I'll go over the many meanings of the impersonal French subject pronoun "on", I'll explain what happens with "on" and adjectives, and give you many examples. [Read More...]