I have a lesson plan to deliver a lesson plan on "Les Articles Partitifs"

Can anyone help please.

Many thanks

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Sacham 220

The partitive articles are used to express a quantity of something that can not be counted.

MasculinFémininDU / DE L’DE LA / DE L’

  • Ex : Je bois de l’eau. (I drink water.)
  • Ex : J’ai de la chance. (I am lucky.)
  • Ex : Je mets du sucre dans mon café. (I put sugar in my coffee.)

The partitive article is used with indivisible or uncountable nouns.

  • Ex : J’ai de l’argent. (I have  money.)
  • Ex : Je mange du riz. (I eat rice.) 

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Sacham 220

In negative sentences du/de l’/de la become de/d’

Ex : Tu as de la chance → Tu n’as pas de chance.

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