French Grammar Basics Cheat Sheet by marijke
le and la change to l' when used in front of a word starting with a vowel and most words starting with h
une, une, des changes to de when used in negative sentences
some common adjectives follow no pattern
when an adjective describes a masculine and feminine noun, use the masculine plural form
cet is used in front of masculine nouns which begin with a vowel and most words beginning with h
add -ci to the end of nouns for close
add -lÃ to the end of nouns for far
use mon, ton, son with feminine singular nouns in front of vowels and h
je changes to j' in front of vowels and most h and the word y, same with me and te.
on can be used to mean we, someone, you, they, one or people in general
add s to the end of the pronouns for plural form and use les instead of la, le
en is used in phrases with de to avoid repeating the same word
y is used in phrases with Ã to avoid repeating the same word
*some -ou will add -x
In general, all others take -s
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