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Kwiziq community member
23 July 2018
de l'argent ou d'argent?
what's the differnece between de l'argent ou d'argent?
and how to use them? thank you!
This question relates to:French lesson "Using du, de la, de l', des to express some or any (partitive articles)"
Kwiziq language super star
24 July 2018
In the lesson de l'argent can mean 'some' or 'any'. e.g.
J'ai de l'argent à te donner =I have some money to give you
Vous avez de l'argent en Euros? = Do you have any money in Euros?
In what context have you seen 'd'argent'?
Normally when argent means 'silver' , we will use 'en',
i.e. Elle a un beau collier en argent= She had a pretty silver necklace.
Hope this helps!
Or in J'ai peu d'argent.-- I have little money.
-- Chris (not a native speaker).
25 July 2018
thanks for your reply! it's helpful for me.
they are from google translation.
26 July 2018
Of course as in,
beaucoup d'argent ( a lot of money), pas d'argent (no money)
Not particular to 'argent' ...
3 December 2018
9 May 2019
Fille- you mean girl
Or fils- son?
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