In Reply to: Re: Thư gửi bố nuôi v3 posted by tinh on Jan 14, 2019 at 19:48:20:
google ra, đọc kỹ đi nhen rồi sẽ biết phải dùng tout,tous, hay toutes ihihii, rồi nói tôi nghe, coi giống ý tôi khg há
Tout = Adverb
An adverb is yet another word which modifies a word! An adverb doesn’t modify a noun or pronoun (adjectives do). An adverb modifies a verb (it “ads” to the verb, like “quickly” in English), an adjective or another adverb.
“Tout” is used as an adverb when it is in front of an adjective (except possessive and demonstrative adjectives, as seen above, in this case “tout” is an indefinite adjective) or another adverb.
It means “extremely, entirely”.
As an adverb, “tout” is invariable, it has only one form: “tout” pronounced “too”.
Ils sont tout contents d’être ici – they are absolutely happy to be here
Note that when “tout” comes before a feminine adjective starting with a consonant or a pronounced H, then it becomes “toute” or “toutes”, both pronounced “toot”.
This is a big exception for an adverb, which usually has only one form, and quite an advanced and confusing concept (I am positive most French people don’t know that rule).