Plural – pluriel


Let's Define It!

What's the *plural*?

There are two number-related categories in French grammar. The singular and the plural.

The plural affects the forms of adjectives, nouns, pronouns, determiners, and verb forms when the number of entities involved is above one (1). The first phrase (left) is in the singular form. The other phrases (right side) are in the plural form.

Le chien (the dog) ---> les chiens (the dogs) --> dix chiens (ten dogs) --> mes chiens (my dogs)


Let's Pronounce It!

What does it sound like in French?


Let's Have an Example or Two!

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Some French words in the plural form:

trois enfants (three children)

des avions (airplanes)

deux yeux (two eyes)

Chris et Brigitte mangent. Chris and Brigitte are eating.


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