Is interro in French masculine or feminine?
'une interrogation', and the shortened form 'une interro', are feminine nouns.
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The common term is le chien. Technically, a female dog should be la chienne but the word has the same pejorative meaning as the English word for female dog (rhymes with "witch")
A shirt can be: . "une chemise" (fem.) > clothing worn by men "un chemisier" (masc.) > article of clothing worn by women.
Un chat. (masculine) A female cat is called "une chatte" (fem.) but take care une chatte is also used for a pussy.
Masculine and feminine are the same in French as in English, (Masculine - male, Feminine - female) The difference in French is that all nouns are either masculine or feminine in addition to people, masculine nouns are normally preceded by Le (the) or un (a) and feminine by La (the) or une (a) . So f…or instance newspaper is masculine so Le Journal or un journal and table is feminine so La table or une Table. (MORE)
une chambre is bedroom in french. Which means it in feminine. So either la or une.
HÃ´tel is masculine, and usually, you drop thee in the article because the h is treated like a vowel:l'hÃ´tel. We stayed at thehotel: Nous avons logÃ© Ã l'hÃ´tel.
Les is the plural of either le or la . For example, the singular version of pizza is la pizza , but when plural, it's les pizzas. Yes but I personaly think that she just wants to know if she is masculan or feminen. The answer is both because "le" is masculan and "la" is feminen but "les" …is both. It can be for guys and for girls No, la is feminine. (MORE)
It is the same concept as in English. Such as He or She or even names... Example: if you hear the name Robert you immidiatly understand the aforesaid Robert is a boy.
You mean what are they...... for one guy you say Il for one girl you say Elle for a group for girls you say Elles for a group of girls with only one or more guys in it you would say Ils for just a group of guys you would say Ils For a group of guys with one girl you would still say I…ls (MORE)
england-fem scotland-fem n ireland-fem irish republic-fem wales-masc germany-fem austria-fem belgium-fem denmark-masc spain-fem finland-fem france-fem greece-fem italy-fem luxembuurg-masc netherlands-masc portugal-masc sweeden-fem
commence is neither feminine nor masculine in French. "Commencer" is a verb (= to start) and verbs have no gender.
As with most adjectives in French, there is a masculine and a feminine form - the word in French for nice is gentil/gentille
You can say un architecte or une architecte, the word is used in both masculine and feminine.
an apple is 'une pomme' (feminine noun) in French. Though apple juice is masculine. (un jus de pomme)
Le is the masculine form of "the". The feminine version of "the" is la , and plural form of "the" is les. Examples: Le chien :: the dog La fen Ãªtre :: the window Les Ã©toiles :: the stars
If you mean a public park or a public garden, the word in French is jardin and it is masculine.
regulart is transalted 'ordinaire' in French. It is used in the same spelling in both masculine and feminine.
Both feminine and masculine genders exist in French. Specifically, all nouns exhibit either feminine or masculine gender. In addition, all adjectives have feminine or masculine forms. The past participles of verbs also will have feminine or masculine forms depending upon the gender of the speak…er. (MORE)
masculineun film (singular) - des films (plural)J'ai Ã©tÃ© voir un bon film hier au cinÃ©ma.J'ai vu de bons films dans ma vie.
Pepper is spelled "poivre" in French (for the dried berries used asa condiment), or "poivron" for the red or green fruit. Both poivreand poivron are masculine nouns in French.
Because they have no word for "it." Everything in the French language is either a boy or a girl.
If you mean hand bag (sac Ã main) it is masculin, if you mean just bag (sac) it is masculin too. There are no rules that I've ever heard of, and I've been in France since 1976, it all works by "sound", except for a few rules: abbreviations are always masculin (un PC, un IVG...)
Feminine - La notation . Almost all, if not all, nouns that end in - ion are feminine in French.
Either. It stays the same for both masculine and feminine words. The only time you add an agreement is if the word is plural. Here you add just an "s", whether the word is masculine plural, or feminine plural. E.g. la table rouge - the red table le sac rouge - the red bag les livres rouges (m…asculine plural) - the red books les fleurs rouges (feminine plural) - the red flowers Apologies for the lame examples. I picked the first things I could see in my living room... (MORE)
chez is neither masculine nor feminine in French. (Not all words may have a gender in French: only nouns, articles, and adjectives)
the French word tableau is a masculine word, just looked it up in the dictionary
The phrase "the door" in French is "la porte". As such the "la" indicates that it is feminine. Typically the gender of a noun can be determined using a good translation website by prefacing the word in question with the word "the"
autre is neither masculine nor feminine. a masculine part of sentence: un autre jour (another day) feminine: une autre voiture (another car)
The preposition en is neither, as prepositions do not have a gender. The pronoun en can be either, depending upon what noun it stands for, e.g. . J'en ai de trÃ¨s beaux (masculine) = (say) J'ai de trÃ¨s beaux souvenirs. . J'en ai de trÃ¨s belles (feminine) = (say) J'ai de trÃ¨…s belles photos. (Both meaning "I've got some fine ones".) (MORE)
Child in French is translated 'enfant'. You may say both 'un enfant' (masc.) or 'une enfant' (fem.) (although there is a tendency to use it more in the masculine form)
(female) "The chair" in English is "la chaise" in French. However, "lachair" in French is "the flesh" in English. In either case, though,the French word is feminine.
An adjective doesn't have a gender. Une femme heureuse : a happy woman Un homme heureux : a happy man
a male bear is 'un ours' (masculine noun). The female bear is 'une ourse' (fem.)
Calculator is feminine in French. The French word for calculator, calculatrice, ends in an e. Most words that end in e in French are feminine. Not always, but most of the time, you can rely on that rule.
It is plural and serves for both masculine and feminine. Les hommes et les femmes.
you put le or du in front of masculine words, and you put la or de la in front of feminine words
Cassette is a feminine word in French, almost every word that ends with -ette is a feminine word in French.
Course (race) is femenine: une course, la course. Cours (as in class) is masculine: un cours, le cours.
Une Ã©glise (feminine noun) but when used, you just say l'Ã©glise :) Church is "Ã©glise" in French, which is a feminine noun.
If you're referring to a bat (animal) that is called a "chauve souris" which is feminine.
le pantalon, les pantalons (often used in the plural, like the English 'trousers', but also correct as a singular) is a masculine noun.
Une librairie : feminine, a place where one buys books Une bibliothÃ¨que : feminine, a place where one borrows books
Etudiant is masculine, etudiante is feminine and the plural of male & female students as a group is etudiants. A group of female students is etudiantes. And there is an accent ague above the "e"
First, cheveu is singular and cheveux is plural Hair is invariable in english, hairs does not exist in english Second, le cheveu is masculine, it means a piece of hair (from the head), les cheveux means hair
The adjective, Italian, can be either masculine or feminine/ EX: La maison Italienne is feminine but Le village Italien is masculine. If you mean the country of Italy, it is spelled L'Italie and is feminine.
AthÃ¨nes (the capital of Greece) is a feminine gender noun. You would say "Berlin est grand, et AthÃ¨nes est grande" using a masculine adjective for Berlin and a feminine adjective for AthÃ¨nes.
The word "song" is considered as a feminine noun in French. It usesthe pronoun "la".
In French, the word canard is masculine. Canard is a male duck and Cane is female. The term 'canard' alsorefers to a tactic used by a parent duck to draw a predator awayfrom its nest by quacking and feigning a broken wing. In otherwords the Canard or Duck is lying.
"Est" is a form of a verb in French. Nouns and adjectives can bemasculine or feminine, but verbs are neither masculine norfeminine, and you could use them whatever is the gender of thesubject: elle est jolie (she is pretty) -il est grand (he is tall).
"un arbre" is a masculine noun in French. It goes with the article "un" (a) or the definite article l (+ apostrophe).