Le français à Praxis .: LES ARTICLES PARTITIFS. VOCABULAIRE OF THE NOURRITURE.

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Uses In French they are used to mention:

a) a part of a whole (an amount not determined)
b) or to refer to nouns of nature. > Examples:

Sonia prend toujours du coffee = (du + male subject) Sonia always drinks coffee.

Elle met de

crème. = (from the + female subject)
She adds cream.

Elle mange des croissants = p>

In the interpretation to Spanish, we did not find articles before the subjects and if in French.

The partitive articles

Articles de la partitivos du, de, ', are used to talk about an undetermined quantity.

> (used and placed before female subjects)

In French you need to write de, de l ', du or des before referring to some food that we will eat, or we will drink:
je bois de l ' eau / I drink water.

article before mentioning the subject in Spanish. / p>

of the sauce = sauce and d e la viande = meat of the soupe = soup of the salade = salad of the cannelle = cinnamon
of the confiture = marmalade of the vinaigrette = vinaigrette of the crème = cream of the farine = flour of the mayonnaise = mayonnaise of the moutarde = mustard
of the purée = pureé de l'huile = oil

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De l ' (used before a male or female subject starting with a vocal)

EXEMPLES AVEC DE L'. de l'eau = water of l'ail = garlic of l'huile = oil

Des (used before male or female subjects in plural)

Du (used before male subjects in the singular)

du celeri = celery
du persil = parsley + sel = salt
du poivre = pepper
du sucre = sugar
du café = du café
du thé = tea of ​​du chocolat = chocolate of du riz = rice of du bouillon = broth
du poulet = chicken
du poisson = fish
du pain = bread
du beurre = butter
du vin = wine
du thon = tuna
du jambon = ham
du saucisson = sausage
du miel = honey
du Coca / fanta = coke / fanta
du fromage = cheese
du lait = milk
du vinaigre = vinegar > du cognac = cognac
du champagne = champagne
du canard = duck
du jus d 'orange = orange juice
du jus d'ananas = pineapple juice
du jus de raisin = grape juice
fruits jus = fruit juices

The partitive articles and the negation In the negative sentences in French you can not use all the partitive articles, for the negation of using only the the first before any consonant and d 'before any sound with vowel.

Elle ne boit plus de She does not drink more wine.

Elle ne boit pas d > She drinks nothing but fruit juice.

In the restriction: ne ... that, we use