Jouer à vs. jouer de

Jouer de + an instrument
Je joue de la flûte I play the flute.
Vous jouez du piano You play the piano.
Jouer à + a sport or a game
Je joue au football I play football.
Les Marseillais jouent à la pétanque ! People from Marseilles play pétanque! (pétanque is a common French game with metal balls).

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