Sentence examples of "un" in French

Peux-tu monter un cheval ? Can you ride a horse?
C'est un argument intéressant. It's an interesting argument.
Le score est un partout. The score is one all.
Buvez un peu de thé. Drink some tea.
As-tu remarqué un changement ? Did you notice any change?
J'ai un pneu crevé. I got a flat tire.
As-tu un rendez-vous ? Do you have an appointment?
Un jour, je le rencontrai. One day I met him.
Voici un peu d'eau. Here's some water.
As-tu un quelconque argent ? Do you have any money?
Puis-je avoir un programme ? May I have a program?
Douze est un nombre pair. Twelve is an even number.
J'en ai obtenu un ! I got one!
C'était un vrai orage. That was some storm.
As-tu un problème avec ça ? Do you have any trouble with that?
Un dictionnaire définit les mots. A dictionary defines words.
C'est un projet ambitieux. It's an ambitious project.
Le bébé a un jour. The baby is one day old.
Bois un peu de thé. Drink some tea.
Je n'ai pas un fifrelin. I don't have any money.
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