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Cette catégorie est destinée aux questions posées dans la langue française. This category is for questions asked in the French language.
Because at one time in the past, it was spoken, and just fell out of use, except in formal writing.
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The following is organized as French name - English name.Angleterre - EnglandAllemagne - GermanyAustralie - AustraliaBelgique - BelgiumBrésil - BrazilCalifornie - CaliforniaCanada - CanadaChine - ChinaEgypte - EgyptEspagne - SpainÉtats-Unis - USAFrance - FranceFloride - FloridaItalie - ItalyMaroc …
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Not a large amount, but French, is spoken by 1.4% of the population
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Du nord means "of / from the North" in French.
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In French you would say "Il est" for he is
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deux tapas satisfont
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à la montagne - to/in the mountainsen forêt - to/in the forestà la campagne - to/in the countrysideen colonie de vacances - to/at a summer campau bord de la mer - to/on the coastchez... - to/at ...'s house
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Interesting question. French sentences and their structure is not all that dissimilar to English. It's subject followed by the verb, just like in English. Vous avez or You have. Adjectives go after the noun for the most part except for beauty, age, good or bad and size. You can remember these except…
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I'm French and I must say it's not the easiest word to pronounce for an English speaker, but I would say it resembles: "too-al de joo-ee".
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Because 'septante' was a bit unclear in its pronunciation, it lost ground to its alternative 'soixante-dix'. You can ear it only in local variations, and most probably by elderly people. Octante (80) and nonante (90) didn't fare any better and aren't any more used in common French.
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Fragrance is a feminine French word. Fragrance may be seen as pedantic, and most French would use 'parfum' (masc.) or 'odeur' (fem.) instead.
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J'espère que ça VA durer
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"Neh-spah" is a way of pronouncing the French phase "n'est-ce pas?" Specifically, the adverb "ne...pas" means "not." The verb "est" means "(He/she/it) is." The masculine singular demonstrative pronoun "ce" means "it, that."
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"Crêpes" are eaten as a main course (for exemple with egg, ham and cheese) or as a desert with sugar or jam.
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french speak french
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"Tu as passé une bonne nuit ?" more commonly : "Tu as bien dormi ?" (did you sleep well ?)
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Italian is a possibility for the name "Marisa."Specifically, the Italian word is a feminine proper noun. It is a diminutive for "Maria" ("Mary"). The pronunciation is "mah-REE-zah."
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yard (as in backyard, schoolyard...) is translated 'la cour' in French. Cour is a feminine word.
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"Kuh-maw tah-pehl tyoo" is a way to pronounce the French phrase "Comment t'appelles-tu?" Specifically, the adverb "comment" means "how." The reflexive "te"* means "yourself." The verb "appelles" means "(informal singular you) are called, call, do call." The subject pronoun "tu" means "(informal sin…
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To pass
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French is taught during the training
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Il a mangé
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Gentille fille
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Air, Base, Commerce, Description, Effort, Fascination, Grain, Hall, Indication, Jamboree, Kumquat, Lotion, Maximum, Notion, Orientation, Perceptible, Quadrant, Ratio, Script, Tendon, Usage, Vacant, Wharf, Xylophone, Yacht, Zoom. All of these words mean the same thing in French as they do in English.
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iralien jean ivingt
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Here are 4 countries:FranceFrench GuianaDemocratic Republic of CongoCanada (along with English)
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Troia is an Italian equivalent of the English name Troy. Specifically, the English proper noun may be the name of a person or a place. The Italian proper noun is the name of a place or the last name of a person. The pronunciation is "TROH-yah."
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the same : rafting
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Here is an example using finirJe finisTu finisIl, Elle, finitNous finissonsVous finissezIls, Elles finissentRemove the ir and add: is, is, it, issons, issez, and issent
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Find the Odd one Out
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Not one of the verbs is feminine because verbs do not have gender in French. Specifically, the verb "fait" means "(He/she/it) does/makes, does do/make, is doing/making." The verb "fais" means "(informal singular You) are doing/making, do/make, do do/make." The infinitive "faire" means "to do, to ma…
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its your personal opinion
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Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle
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Transplanted linguistic communities tend to be very conservative, retaining old forms and pronunciations that may become extinct in the Mother Country. For this reason, Canadian French is very old fashioned, both as to its pronunciation and its grammar, in relation to Parisian French, in much the sa…
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A kiss where you put tongue in each other mouths
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In 2011, the life expectancy in France is 78.2 years for men, and 84.8 years for women.
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Notre Dame de Paris
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It's an electrical socket, plug, connection, input or extension lead. "Brancher" in French means to connect, hook up, plug in etc.
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"Est-ce que je peux voir ta photo ?"
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se moquer (verb)
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No, he was not. He was an influential figure in the French Revolution and First Republic, a member of the National Convention and of the Committee of Public Safety, and popular with the people, but he never came close to being an actual ruler of France. He was a supporter of the Republic, and wouldn…
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French nationality Nationalité française
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Cent cinquante trois
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Police is 17 Firemen are 18
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i dont knowww
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"Ee-lee-nwah" is a French pronunciation of the state of "Illinois." Specifically, the state in the midwestern United States of America is considered masculine. Its singular defnite article is "l". The masculine article actually is "le," but the "e" drops before a noun that begins with a vowel. I be…
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comment s'est passée ta journée
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The shape of France is a hexagon, having six sides.
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It depends from where you depart.
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Since 1100AD France has fought around 68 wars. Winning 45, lost 17 and 6 draws.
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Chad was a French colony from 1920 to 1960
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The obvious one is French, being the only official language of France. However, throughout most of the country there are also many different regional languages spoken. In Midi-Pyrenees, these include Occitan (which is actually a much broader umbrella term for a subgroup of languages accross the sout…
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In 2012, the name the most given was Nathan
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The average is 38 hours a week
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There is no common river between England and France. The body of water that separates the two countries is the English Channel known as "La Manche" in French.
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It's in Paris, in the north of France
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I suppose you're talking about Le Festival de Cannes
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United Kingdom has 62,262,000 inhabitants Great Britain has 60,003,000 France has 65,350,000
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Bordeaux is located in south-western France, on the Gironde estuary which empties into the Atlantic ocean (Bay of Biscay)
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The word chat (cat) is masculine. Le chat (the cat), Un chat (a cat).
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"Santé !"
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Joan of Arc is the patron Saint of France.
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coffee and tea
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La Loire, Le Rhône et la Seine
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neuf cents quatre-vingt dix-neuf
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blue, white and red
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The monarchy ended the september the 21th 1792 tough beginning the first republic of France.
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There are Gifi stores in Calais, Outreau, Saint Omer, Cucq, Hesdin, Lievin, Dainville etc.
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If sending by USPS it takes about 10 days. That is assuming La Poste is not on strike. Also keep in mind that any tracking number your package has when it leaves the US will change once it arrives in France and there is no way of knowing what it is. (I speak from personal experience as an American…
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Tunisia became a protectorate on May 12 1881 after the Bardo treaty.
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In French the endings of words are often lost.. so you wouldn't say "MoolaN", it'd be more like "moo-lah" kind of dropping the "n" sound on the end, but making the vowel very nasal. You can hear the pronunciation of the word in related links.
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"Much better" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase molto meglio.Specifically, the adverb molto means "much, very." The adjective meglio means "better." The pronunciation is "MOHL-toh MEH-lyoh."
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Being able to speak French fluently could help you do articles and interviews of some sort if you took a trip to France. Although this would help the most if you were in newspaper
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Depends from where you are departing. A flight from San Antonio, Texas to Paris France is about 700 -800 dollars in coach if that gives you an idea.
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Tu as fait le travail? (singular and informal "you")Vous avez fait le travail? (formal or plural "you")I'm only in French 3, but I'm pretty sure that's it.
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Juste one sentence refers to man/woman : "Il vous aime, c'est secret, lui dites pas que j'vous l'ai dit" (He loves you, it's secret, don't tell him I told you)
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Some of them yes. When I lived there, there were many movies that were filmed in french, but most were english with french dubbing or subbing.
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"Signature" is an English equivalent of the Italian word firma. Specifically, the Italian word is a feminine noun. Its singular definite article is la ("the"). Its singular indefinite article is una ("a, one"). The pronunciation is "FEER-mah."
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"Young love" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase amore giovane. Specifically, the masculine noun amore means "love." The feminine/masculine adjective giovane means "young." The pronunciation is "ah-MOH-reh DJYOH-vah-neh."
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Molto meglio is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "much better." Specifically, the adverb molto means "much, very." The adjective meglio means "better." The pronunciation is "MOHL-toh MEH-lyoh."
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Words ending with an additional 'e' following accented 'e' - é, ette, elle and many more are mostly categorized as feminine words, there are some exceptions. Feminine words in french: Cigarette - cigarette Epée - sword Jumelle - twin (females) or (Jumelles) binoculars Piqure (the 'u' is circu…
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take a french class or write it down in french or kiss her or he
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is that girl over there french
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quelle est ta taille ?
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