How do you say 4pm in French?

The French generally express time using a 24-hour clock. So, 4 p.m. would be seize heures (16 hours). However, you can use du matin (in the morning) and du soir (in the evening) if you want to express time using the standard 12-hour clock.

How do you use this and that in French?

The French equivalent of this/that is generally:
  1. ce for a masculine word (that you’d use with le);
  2. cette for a feminine word (that you’d use with la).

What is the difference between this and that in French?

No difference

There is no difference between THIS and THAT in French, these two words are: ce, cet, cette in French.

How do you say perfect in French?

Why is French so hard to pronounce?

The French language tends to be difficult to pronounce at first because there are simply sounds that native English speakers aren’t used to making. To begin with, French is more evenly stressed. This means that while some parts of a word are stressed, it’s not as distinct as in English.

WHAT IS A in French?

The preposition à is generally summarized as “to, at, or in,” but it has quite a few more meanings and uses than that. When à is followed by the definite article le or les, the two words must contract.