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Their (s) in French 🇫🇷


in English in French S
their (s) leur
How to say “their (s)” in French? “Leur”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “leur” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on their (s) in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

French Sentences with the Word “Their (s)”

French sentence with “leur” English translation for leur S

Je vais leur offrir un cadeau

I am going to give them a gift

Dans leur ferme ils ont une vache qui mange de l’herbe.

On their farm they have a cow that eats grass.

J’ai besoin que vous leur enseigniez à nager.

I need you to teach them how to swim.

Je leur ai offert de travailler avec moi.

I offered them to work with me.

Le gouvernement leur a permis d’entrer.

The government allowed them to enter.

Je veux leur fairer une surprise.

I want to surprise them.

Espérons que les enfants ont fait leur devoir.

I hope the children have done the homework.

Pensez-vous qu’ils ont célébré leur anniversaire?

Do you think they have celebrated their anniversary?

C’est mieux qu’on leur rende visite, demain.

It is better if we visit them tomorrow.

Vous devez leur rendre visite demain.

You must visit them tomorrow.

Je le leur ai lu ce mois-ci.

I read it to them this month.

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Leur

The (s) or (p) can throw you off. S-singular, p-plural.

7 months ago

leur info.

Tips to remember the French word “leur”:

1. Associate “leur” with “lure” in English, as if you’re trying to “lure” someone into your conversation in French by using the correct possessive.
2. Think of “leur” as a fusion of “the” (le/la in French) and “ur” for “your,” even though that’s not the actual etymology.
3. Visualize a pair or group and think of “leur” as something that belongs to them.

Explanations:

“Leur” is the French possessive adjective for “their” used before a singular noun, regardless of the gender of the noun. When the noun is plural, “leur” becomes “leurs”.

Other words that mean the same thing:

There aren’t other possessive adjectives that mean exactly the same thing as “leur,” but similar possessive adjectives include “son” (his/her/its), “sa” (his/her/its), and “ses” (his/her/its, plural).

Alternate meanings like slang:

“Leur” doesn’t typically have alternate meanings or slang connotations; it’s a straightforward possessive adjective.

Examples of sentences that use “leur”:

– Ils ont apporté leur chien au parc. (They brought their dog to the park.)
– Les enfants ont fini leur devoir. (The children finished their homework.)
– J’ai vu leur maison; elle est très grande. (I saw their house; it is very big.)
– Leur voiture est en panne. (Their car is broken down.)
– Ils ont perdu leurs clés. (They lost their keys.) – Note the use of “leurs” for plural noun “clés”.

Remember that in French, the possessive adjective has to agree with the noun in singular or plural, not with the number of owners.

a few seconds ago

Kind of Rhymes with “Their”

“Leur” almost rhymes with the English word “their,” which is also what it means.

6 months ago

“Leurs” without an “S”

“Leur” means the same thing as “leurs” in French, but it is used when talking about one thing.

For example:
To say “their cat,” you would say “leur chat,” but, to say “their cats,” you would say “leurs chats.”

Remembering the difference:
“Leurs” has an “s” at the end like many plural words do, so it is used with plural words.

6 months ago

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