Consonant – consonne
Let's Define It!
What's a *consonant*?
A consonant (une consonne) is a letter that represents a speech sound.
This sound is produced by obstructing/blocking partly or fully the breath coming out of our mouth.
To obtain a syllable, a consonant needs to be paired with a vowel such as a, e, i, o, u and y
Let's Pronounce It!
What does it sound like in French?
Let's Have an Example or Two!
Can a little reinforcement do the trick?
List of a few French consonants can be z, v, p, d, r, w, l, q