What does sont mean French?

What does sont mean?

French. English. sont. are fris, frisont, frire, frisons, frisez.

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’s the difference between EST and sont in French?

Feel free to just provide example sentences. Est is the verb to be for the pronouns il/elle/on. She is beautiful -> Elle est belle Sont is used for the pronouns ils/elles (plural for il and elle) kind of like “are” They (her) are beautiful -> Elles sont belles Hope it helps!

Is sont in French 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 a word?

No, sont is not in the scrabble dictionary.

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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 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).

Whats the difference between Ils Sont and elles sont?

Ils sont and elles sont are masculine and feminine, respectively. Also, ils is a pronoun. Ce is a demonstrative. If the word follows an adjective, generally ils/elles is used.

Is sont plural or singular?

So you’re right that “est” is third person, but it is third person singular. Because your subject is third person plural, you need to use “sont”.

Is EST plural in French?

Elle est is the feminine form of il est. To make it plural, you use elles sont. Elle est tard. (She is late.)

Are there any other forms of il est?

Singular Plural
Il est (He is) Ils sont (They are – masculine)
Elle est (She is) Elles sont (They are – feminine)
C’est (It is) Ce sont (They are)

What is the plural of je?

The French subject pronouns are: je (j’), tu, il, elle, on in the singular, and nous, vous, ils, elles in the plural. To say you in French, use tu if you are talking to one person you know well or to a young person. Use vous if you are talking to one person you do not know so well or to more than one person.

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Can Il mean it in French?

Il means he or it (for a masculine noun)