French Demonstrative Adjectives – Mini French Lesson


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For each of the following, fill in the blanks. with the correct form of CE, CET, CETTE or CES. Refer to my complete lesson if you need to learn the rules that apply to this mini-lesson.


👉 J’adore _____ gâteau au chocolat.

👉 I love this or that chocolate cake.

LA REPONSE:

👉 J’adore ce gâteau au chocolat.

L’EXPLICATION:

CE is the correct answer because gâteau is a masculine, singular noun that begins with a consonant.


👉 _____ éléphant vient d’Afrique.

👉 This or that elephant comes from Africa.

LA REPONSE:

👉 Cet éléphant vient d’Afrique.

L’EXPLICATION:

CET is the correct answer because éléphant is a masculine, singular noun that begins with a vowel. This exception applies for the sake of pronunciation.


👉 Nous sommes déjà allés dans _____  ville.

👉 We have already gone to this or that city.

LA REPONSE:

👉 Nous sommes déjà allés dans cette  ville.

L’EXPLICATION:

CETTE is the correct answer because ville is a feminine, singular noun.


👉 _______ enfants font beaucoup de bruit.

👉 These or Those children are making a lot of noise.

LA REPONSE:

👉 Ces enfants font beaucoup de bruit.

L’EXPLICATION:

CES is always used with plural nouns, whether masculine or feminine.


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