They then began a shopping skit, which they will be working on throughout the week.
Tu as...? = Do you have...? (informal or singular form)
Vous avez...? = Do you have...? (formal or plural form)
Qu'est-ce qu;il te faut pour...? = What do you need for... (informal)
Qu'est-ce qu'il vous faut pour...? = What do you need for...? (plural)
Il me faut... = I need...
We went over the difference between definite and indefinite articles.
You use definite articles for something specific: This is the book I am reading right now.
You use indefinite articles for something general: Can you recommend a book for me to read?
In French these articles need to agree with the noun, in gender (masculine/feminine) and number (singular/plural)
Definite articles Indefinite articles
le = the (masculine/singular) un = a (masculine/singular)
le livre = the book un livre = a book
la = the (feminine/singular) une = a (feminine/singular)
la fille = a girl une fille = a girl
l' = the (only used before nouns
that begin with a vowel)
l'école (f) = the school
l'examen (m) = the exam
les = the (m/f/plural des = some (m/f/plural)
les livres = the books des livres = some books