DES vêtements or DE vêtements? ...aucun de vêtements, .......etc etc. Would there be an "s" after "de"? Or would it just be "de"? Does it vary depending on what I use it with?
Oct 8, 2012 7:06 PM
Answers · 7
Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't it possible to say "aucun des vetêments" meaning "none of the clothes"? A full sentence to accompany the question would be useful. :)
October 9, 2012
You'd normmaly use "des" when the noun is plural, BUT you'd use "de" when : 1. with certain words related to quantities. ex : Il y a BEAUCOUP de vêtements / PEU de vêtements / TROP de vêtements. 2. in a negative sentence. ex : je n'ai pas de vêtements.
October 8, 2012
i am French. For me, aucun des vêtements is not is like no clothes. aucun vêtement is better.
October 9, 2012
aucun vêtement. you don't use: de you don't put s because you don't have clothes (zero). And you say: un vêtement, des vêtements or les vêtements (it depends on the sense, if it is clothes in general or not)
October 8, 2012
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