Where did French originate from?
French is a romance language. Therefore it can trace most of its words back to Latin. However, the French empire was very, very large. France had colonies across Africa and the Middle East, along with North America for a brief period. Some French words are therefore of Arabic origin. In short, Latin and Arabic.
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At the 5th century Germans conquered France.Germans are the oldest population on Europe.
Because the LANGUAGE derives from Latin, the actual French people come from the Romans.
In France. European nations invented their own culture and then exported it to colonies.
No, they actually did originate in France. Here is a link that gives not only the history of potatos, but also where the term "French Fries" comes from.. http://www.straightd…ope.com/columns/read/2033/whats-the-origin-of-french-fries
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There are many people who has this surname Cox , Southeast Asians, Russians, Middle Eastern, South Americans, and most commonly seen as English and Irish surname Cox . The l…ast name Cox is rare in France, but it is also a French surname and it could either be of French origin or Latin origin . The French surname Cox is perhaps a variant of Cots , which perhaps is also a variant of Cot . This surname Cot and other variants are mostly found in Southern France, near borders of Spain, and also found in North and Eastern Spain. This surname Cot/Cots/Cox could derived from Latin name Cote , meaning "stone". Another possible origin is that it could be of French origin, derived from French surname Cotte , meaning "coat of mail", a name for a maker of chain mails. For more information, see related links below.
English is not directly descended from French, but it is heavilyinfluenced by it. French is a romance language, meaning is is adirect descendent of Latin, the language of anci…ent Rome. English,on the other hand is a Germanic language, related to German, Dutch,and the Scandinavian languages. In 1066, a Norman French armyinvaded and conquered England. Over the next few centuries, the OldEnglish spoken by the lower class was heavily influenced by theFrench-speaking rulers. As much as 60% of modern English vocabularyis traced to this French influence. However, the structure ofEnglish remained Germanic.
French derives from vulgar latin.
origine (fem.) is the French spelling for 'origin'.
"Original" is spelt the same in French as in English, only pronounced differently. The French pronunciation is "o-ij-ih-nal."
Yes, "un bouquet" (masculine noun) is the French name for a bunchof flowers.
In France, where the language originated, French is the mother tongue of about 65 million people.
In French Fries
It comes from the "steak-frites" (beef steak and fried) lunch meal, which is, or rather was, one of the most frequent in restaurants for a quick lunch. Fries were thus deemed …to be a staple French food for Americans, hence the expression "French fries" instead of the British "chips". It should probably have been "Belgian Fries", since fries were even more widespread in Belgium than in France, with the "moules-frites" dish (mussels and fries), but American tourists are less familiar with Belgium.