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Il vas en France avec sa femme.

Today the French channel mentioned about President's Sarkozy wife as son épouse.

It should be sa épouse. Is it correct?

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ok, you have to write "il va en France..."
we use "son épouse" because épouse begins by a vowel.
for example :
une écharpe ; son écharpe
une allumette ; son allumette
And to be correct : Il va, no "s". thir person singular never carries a "s" : je vais, tu vas, il va.
Better said, avec son épouse (his wife)
"His wife" would sound in your sentence the same as "his woman".


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