辻 ツバサ (tsubasa_en11) wrote in linguaphiles,
辻 ツバサ
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French Help Please

For people who are expert in French or way better than I do, could you enlighten me about the following sentences? I copied it down from the blackboard but before I was able to write down the meaning, my lecturer rubbed it off. ;_;

"Les enfants de Patrick"
"Les enfants du fils"
"Les enfants de la fille"
"Les enfants des filles"

de - feminine
du - masculine

I only remember "de" as in the meaning of "from, to, at, with" but what is it to do here with the daughter/son/Patrick? I'm so confused.

Thanks a bunch in advance. m(_ _)m

 
Questions solved! Thanks a lot for whoever commented to help enlighten me. You guys are awesome. <33
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