À + le = au
À + les = aux
À + la = no change
À + l’ = no change
Ou = or
Où = where
Où est…. = Where is?
Où est la gare? = Where is the station?
When you tell someone how to get somewhere, you need to use the command form. You do not use the subject pronoun tu or vous. If you are giving directions to a friend or someone your age, use the "tu" form. If you are giving them to a stranger, use the "vous" form (unless they are your age)
With er verbs only, if you are giving a "tu" command, you drop the "s" at the end of the verb.
Traverser = to cross
Examples: Traversez la rue. = Cross the road. (formal)
Traverse la rue. = Cross the road. (familiar- drop the “s” from the
Tourner = to turn (Tournez/Tourne)
Aller = to go (Allez or Va)
Continuer = to continue (Continuez/Continue)
À gauche de = to the left of
À droite de = to the right of
Tout droit = straight ahead
Prendre = to take (Prenez/Prends do not drop the “s” since this is not an er verb)