The “leur”, “leurs” here agree ( singular or plural ) with the noun they refer to. Hope this helps! “Leurs” is used when the noun it refers to is in the plural. An example: Ils aiment leurs enfants.
Does Leur have an S?
As you may have noticed from the above examples, as a pronoun, the spelling of leur never changes and never takes an s. Leur as a possessive adjective = their: It is as a possessive adjective that the spelling of leur can change and may need a final s. Here, leur means “their” (i.e. belonging to them).
How do you use Leur in French?
Leur replaces masculine or feminine nouns in the plural form: j’écris à mes parents (I’m writing to my parents) → Je leur écris (I’m writing to them)
Is leur masculine or feminine?
Possessive adjectives – mon, ma, mes
|his, her, its||son||sa|
|your (plural, formal)||votre||votre|
Where do you put lui and leur?
Here is the rule: – If the verb is normally followed by à+ personin French (i.e., followed by an indirect object pronoun),such as in écrire à [quelqu’un] (to write to [someone]) or montrer à [quelqu’un](to show [someone]), then you use lui or leur.
What’s the difference between Leur and Les?
Les/leur is plural. Les can be translated to the (plural) and leur can be translated to their. Be careful with leur, if there is only one thing belonging to a group (like their cat/leur chat) there isn’t any s at the end.
What are adjectives possessive in French?
The masculine singular possessive adjectives are: mon, ton, son, notre, votre, leur. The feminine singular possessive adjectives are: ma, ta, sa, notre, votre, leur. The plural possessive adjectives are the same for both genders: mes, tes, ses, nos, vos, leurs.
What type of pronoun is Leur?
French Pronoun Finder
|lui||indirect object stressed|
|me||direct object indirect object reflexive|
Is leur masculine or feminine in French?
Possessive adjectives – Easy Learning Grammar French
|with masculine singular noun||with feminine singular noun||Meaning|
|son||sa (son)||his her its one’s|
How do you use pronouns y and en in French?
Y replaces the structure à + noun, it can replace anything except a person (or more precisely an animate object). En replaces the structure de + noun. You could also think about this pronoun when you encounter a noun after a partitive article, a quantity word or a number.
Is Cahier masculine or feminine?
Answer and Explanation:
The word cahier in French is a masculine noun. Cahier means ‘notebook’, as in the sentence ‘The student has a notebook’: L’étudiant a un cahier…
What is sont French?
Basically, sont is meaning “are”, like êtes, but the difference is in the pronoun. Sont will translate as “[they] are”, as the pronoun for “they” in French is ils/elles. Sont can only be used with ils or elles (think basically of a plural “he/she”: that’s the French “they”, which is not gender-neutral).
How do you say plural in French?
- Singular possessors (my | your | his/her/its) (mon, ma, mes | ton, ta, tes | son, sa, ses)
- Plural possessors (our | your | their) (notre, nos | votre, vos | leur, leurs)
Can Lui mean her?
As an indirect object, “lui” can refer to “him” or “her” (or “it”). As disjoint pronouns, the meanings are separate: “lui” only means “him” and “elle” only means “her.”