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British English: /mʌɪ/
American English: /maɪ/
In French, determiners agree in gender and number with the noun that follows. So my is translated by mon + masculine singular noun (mon chien), ma + feminine singular noun (ma maison) BUT by mon + feminine noun beginning with a vowel or mute h (mon assiette) and by mes + plural noun (mes enfants). When my is stressed, à moi is added after the noun: my house = ma maison à moi.For my used with parts of the body see the Usage Note .

Translation of my in French:


  • 2 (used emphatically) MY house
    ma maison à moi


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