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In French, you spell the word France the same way as you would in English: "France." Though spelled the same, the word is pronounced differently among the languages. France, officially the French republic, is a country in western Europe commonly referred to as l'Hexagone (meaning "The Hexagon" in English) due to its geographic shape.
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France in French is France, but is pronounced Frahnce, not like Frannce as it would be pronounced in English.
That is the correct spelling of the country name "France" (in English).
"bienvenue en France"
Chantal is a French name.
wrong> The form 'la France' is the most common. J'habite en France = I live in France J'aime la France, vive la France = I love France, long live France.
les fromages de France
In French, there are a few ways of saying the word 'the' as every noun is either masculine or feminine. Le is the masculine form of 'the'. La is the feminine … form of 'the'. Les is the plural form. Here are some examples of masculine and feminine terms at work: le garÃ§on le chien le franÃ§ais la franÃ§aise la France la fille la femme A plural, for example, could be: les enfants les chats les chiens
the same as english.
That is one form of the female given name Frances. The variant Francis is used mainly as a male name.
Beautiful France' is 'Belle France' in French.
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