While English only uses two forms for a verb speaking in the present tense (eg.
sing, sings), French verbs have different endings depending on the pronoun (eg. Also articles in French vary depending on gender and number.
It wasn’t until my brother very gently leaned over to me and delicately whispered something in my ear that I was able to regain some composure. Which is probably why I find Germany – and German words – so damn hilarious.
I realize I’m going to get a whole heap of mail about this.
While “the” is used in all cases in English, you will find “le” for masculine subjects, “la” for feminine and “les” for the plural in French sentences.