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The Occitan definite article (plural)

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.

Examples of the Occitan definite article

los filhs
the sons
las pomas
the apples
las fenèstras
the windows
los lèits
the beds
las dròllas
the girls

How to learn Occitan

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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I heard in a forum about the existence of this course called Teachme! Occitan. The delivery service is excellent - in just three days I already had it at my home. The installation is easy to use, the process of repetition is very useful to learn. The software surpevises your progress as you go through the course.

This program is quite good. I recommend it to all who are interested in learning this beautiful language once considered as the most prestigious in Europe - la llengua dels trovadors.

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Published on Aug. 15, 2014 by Carles from ****

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Simple and well adapted course

I've been using this software for a few months nad it has allowed me in a short time to learn the basics of writing and pronunciation of the language Gascon.

The method is simple and adapted to the various levels of learning.

Published on Nov 14, 2014 by Bruno from Tyrosse, France

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Super, really effective

I bought TeachMe! Occitan a few months ago. It's well done and very interactive. Within the first few weeks, I could follow conversations and soon after I was talking myself.

The vocabulary taught is very complete and the pedagogical method is very effective. My only regret is that TeachMe! doesn't have a version for Gascon yet (the variant of occitan spoken in my region).

Published on Dec. 20, 2013 by Sébastien from Duran, France

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I had to search quite long time to find a course to learn Occitan. At last I found one at Linguashop. I ordered it and a few days later, the course arrived, I was thrilled.

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Published on Aug. 30, 2013 by Tim from Sint-Niklaas, Belgium

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Important Reasons why people learn Occitan

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Learning Occitan will allow you to fully participate in the rich oral, written and musical traditions of the Occitan speaking areas.

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Basic words and phrases in Occitan

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

It is late.

Se fa tard.

It is midnight.

Es mièjanuèit.

It is two o'clock.

Son doas oras.

I have time.

Ai léser.

It is noon.

Es miègjorn.

One moment please.

Un moment, vos prègui.

I am in a hurry.

Soi preissat.

It is five o'clock.

Son cinc oras.