What does sont mean?
French. English. sont. are ▼ fris, frisont, frire, frisons, frisez.
Is sont a word?
No, sont is not in the scrabble dictionary.
How do you use sont in French?
Sont is always and only used with “elles” or “ils” pronouns. So, each time you want to say “they are” you have to translate it either by “ils sont” or “elles sont”, only memorize it. “Sont” and “Sommes” shouldn’t be confused when you hear them, they are very different, but you need to train your ear first.
What is the difference between ONT and sont?
It comes from the French verb ‘avoir’, meaning ‘to have’. An example of this might be ‘ils ont un chat noir’ – ‘they have a black cat’. ‘Ils sont‘ sounds quite similar, but has a different meaning. In English, it means ‘they are’ and comes from the French verb ‘être’, meaning ‘to be’.
Is sont a verb in French?
French words “son” and “sont” are grammar homophones ie they do not have the same function in the sentence. – sont comes from verb être conjugated to the indicative present : ils sont. – son is possessive adjective such as mon & ton (my & you).
Is sont in French masculine or feminine?
The French translation for “they are (feminine)” is elles sont. The French, elles sont, can be broken down into 2 parts:”they (feminine)” (elles) and “are (3rd person plural)” (sont).
Is sont plural?
However, c’est is used informally for both. Il est is masculine singular; its other forms are elle est (feminine singular), ils sont (masculine plural), and elles sont (feminine plural).
Is ETES plural in French?
In the conjugation of the verb être (to be), the first, second, and third person plural forms are: nous sommes. vous êtes.
What is the difference between IL and ILS in French?
ils (meaning they) and elles (meaning they) are used in the plural to talk about things, as well as about people or animals. Use ils for masculine nouns and elles for feminine nouns.
3 il/elle and ils/elles.
|Il pleut.||It’s raining.|
|Il faut partir.||We/You have to go.|
Does Des mean some in French?
3 The meaning of du, de la, de l’ and des
du, de la, de l’ and des are often translated into English as some or any, but there are times when no word is used in English to translate the French.