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How to say 'his' in French

The French words for his are son and sa. The word son is used with masculine nouns and the word sa is used with feminine nouns.

Examples of using the word 'his' in French

sa cuisine
his kitchen
son livre
his book
son dictionnaire
his dictionary
son lit
his bed
sa question
his question

French to English

Each topic in the French to English audio course provides a clear explanation of a particular aspect of French grammar. There are numerous topics in the package. Topics include the French definite article, the indefinite article, French adjectives, French pronouns, French demonstrative pronouns. Each explanation includes examples of usage.

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  • The MP3 audio files are in English and French
  • Approximately 60 minutes of audio
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Basic words and phrases in French

Get by in French with these basic French words & phrases.

Excuse me.


Where do you live ?

Où est-ce que vous habitez ?

Fine, thank you.

Bien, merci.


S'il te plait.

How's it going?

Comment ça va?

Do you speak English?

Parlez-vous anglais?


Plus fort.

Do you understand?