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2016-01-25 21:25:30 Post No. 7624523
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Any French anons out there to help me make sense of something?
Currently learning the language to try and read some of my favorite books in their native language--in this case it's French.
At the moment I'm confused by something. What are the general meanings and differences between "n'a pas" and "n'ont pas?" Is one present tense and the other past tense? Is one used to address a singular noun and the other multiple? I keep getting mixed messages and meanings.
Also, what's the difference between "Du" and "De?" I get that they're masculine and feminine for "some," but how am I supposed to know if rice or coffee is masculine or feminine?