Unlike English, all nouns (words for things) in French are masculine or feminine.
- Use le with masculine nouns
- Use la with feminine nouns
- Use l' with words of either gender that begin with a vowel or the letter h.
In some cases, French and English use these definite articles in a different way. Look at these lessons:
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