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When to use possessive vs article, e.g. "mettre le réveil" vs "mettre mon réveil" ?
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You may already know that you use possesive to say mine, yours etc., and definite article to say the. So it is up to you if you want to say set I set MY alarm clock or set I set THE alarm clock. Hope ...

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Difference between beau and bel
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Yes, they are both the masculine form of beau, but bel is used when the noun after it starts with a vowel. For example, Un bel appartement Note that bel is before the noun. Follow the rule called ...

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Prononcer « ent » à la fin d'un mot
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When the verb is conjugated in the je, tu, il/elle, and ils/elles form, you do not pronounce the conjugated endings. In other words, you only pronounce the stem. For the nous and vous form, you ...

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Difference between “lieu” and “endroit”
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https://www.reddit.com/r/French/comments/3bgaaf/whats_the_difference_between_lieu_place_and/ The site above should be helpful

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Is "bon chance" correct?
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It should be bonne chance because chance is feminine so bon should also be feminine. bon is masc, bonne is feminine.

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très froid ... why the "s"?
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The s of très is silent. Pretend like you are saying tre froid. Remember the CaReFuL rule. If a French word ends in C, R, F or L (the letters in CaReFuL), the final letter is pronounced. The s in très ...

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