Nouns and articles

In French all nouns are either masculine or feminine.
masculine (m) i.e. le prince (the prince) and
feminine (f) i.e. la princesse (the princess).
Note that the definite article 'the' is translated either by le before a masculine word or by la before a feminine word.
In the same way, the indefinite article a, an, some will be either un for masculine words or une for feminine words.
For the plural, use the definite article les i.e. les pommes que j'ai achetées...the apples that I bought.
Use the indefinite article des, i.e. si tu veux des pommes, sers-toi, if you want apples, help yourself. Watch the following clip for more examples.

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