For nouns in the plural, the English definite article the is los or las in Occitan. The word los is used with masculine words and the word las is used with feminine words.
Speak! Occitan knows which words and phrases you've already learned and those you still need to practice. Each lesson offers listening practice, a printable Occitan-English dictionary and the opportunity to record your voice and see how your accent compares to Occitan native speakers.
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If you've just met someone who speaks Occitan, you can make a good impression on him or her by learning Occitan.
If you have Occitan speaking friends, learning Occitan will help you to communicate with them.
Learning Occitan will allow you to fully participate in the rich oral, written and musical traditions of the Occitan speaking areas.
Get by in Occitan with these basic Occitan words & phrases.
How old are you?
Quin atge avètz ?
What's your name ?
Cossí vos sonatz ?
How's it going?
Va plan ?
Where are you from?
D'ont sètz ?
Sens te comandar.
Occitan is spoken in southern France, parts of Italy and a small part of Spain. It is spoken as a first language by roughly 1 million people. Written Occitan can be understood fairly well by anyone with some knowledge of French and Spanish. more...
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