Tout – toute – tous – toutes

All about tout
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Tout is one of the most common words in the French language. It has five different forms and a number of possible meanings, which vary depending on which of four different parts of speech it’s used as. Click the links for detailed explanations, examples, expressions, and pronunciation guides.

1) Adjective

tout – toute – tous – toutes

2) Adverb

tout – toute – toutes

3) Noun

le tout – les touts

4) Pronoun

tout – tous – toutes

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