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The indefinite article

In English, the indefinite articles are 'a' and 'an' (when the succeeding noun starts with a vowel). The two French indefinite articles (one for masculine and one for feminine words) are: 'un' and 'une', where 'un' is for masculine and 'une' is for feminine words.

In the following, you will get to know even more French vocabularies together with their grammatical gender. Once again, words with the article 'un' are masculine, those with the article 'une' are feminine.

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un garage
(a garage)

un gâteau
(a cake)

un journal
(a newspaper, journal)

une lampe
(a lamp)

un lit
(a bed)

une maison
(a house)

un oeuf
(an egg)

un parapluie
(an umbrella)

une pomme
(an apple)

une robe
(a dress)

un sandwich
(a sandwich)

un téléphone
(a telephone)

un téléviseur
(a TV set)

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