What is the difference between Es and As in French?

What is the difference between Es and As in French?

“Tu es” means “You are”. “Tu as” means “You have”. However French sometimes phrases things differently. For instance “J’ai soif” is “I have thirst”.

Do French pronounce t?

The letter ‘T’ in French is fairly straightforward as it is pronounced more or less like the English ‘T. ‘ The difference is that in French, it is pronounced with the tongue against the upper teeth, rather than behind them, as in the English T.

When should you not do a liaison?

Dangerous liaisons

  1. French requires liaison when two words are pronounced without a pause between the two and when the second word starts with a vowel or a silent h.
  2. Liaison is not allowed when there is a pause between the words.
  3. For the other cases, you can use liaison or not, it’s up to you.
  4. Note:

Do you pronounce the s in Les?

Yes “les” sounds like the English “lay” and “des” sounds like the English “day”… Before a vowel, you will hear the “s” and it will sound like a “z”.

How is Parlent pronounced?

You must pronounce it ” parl’ “. The same thing goes for “je parle – tu parles – il /elle / on parle – ils / elles parlent”.

Is on IL or ILS?

1 Using subject pronouns

Singular Meaning Plural
tu or vous you vous
il he it ils
elle she it elles
on one (we/you/they)

What is the difference between IL and ILS?

Il et ils sound the same, Elle et elles sound the same. There is a ´one s/ two s’ rule. If an s is before a vowel like « ils ont », the s will have a /z/ sound, (ilzon). If it is in front of another s as in « ils sont » it will have an /s/ sound which is how you can tell if you are using avoir (ont) or être (sont).

Can Il mean it?

Il means he or it (for a masculine noun)

What is the plural of he in French?

Vous = you (plural or for stranger or people older than you) Il = he. Elle = she. On = one/we.