France uses the same alphabet as the US, but they also sometimes put accent marks above the a, e, and i, or under the c.
Yes, both French and English use the same alphabet, with a few minor differences.
Yes, we use the same alphabet.
26. There is no American alphabet in the formal sense; The current primary language in the US is a standard form of English, and virtually all English speakers everywhere use the same alphabet.
They influenced our alphabet because they use the Latin alphabet, like us.
France use the same word, but rarely as it is of little use outside the US. Thanksgiving is barely known, and is not a holiday in Europe.
It was adapted by Greek and Latin, and so passed on to us.
the same as us.
The alphabet we use today was based on the Phoenician alphabet system, passed to us via the Greek and Roman alphabets.
It would be summer in the US too. France and the US are both in the northern hemisphere so they have the same seasons at all times.
New France is not the same as France, but a former colony of it. New France was the area controlled by the French, stretching from nowadays Quebec to New Orleans, Louisiana, through the plains of what is now the US.
Same as in the US, but 2 years earlier
The same season
The same as us!
They sell the same shape Easter eggs in France as us. Every country in the whole world has the same shape Easter eggs as us.
the Phoenician alphabet developed into our modern day alphabet and it helps us communicate.
Phoenicians - alphabet and astral navigation. Lydians - use of coinage.
The US has a republic form of government and countries such as France, Italy, Brazil, and India have the same forms.
I think they have normal letters like us but it's just in another language
the answer is NO. european countries use 50 hz AC. us uses 60 hz AC.
Yes u can
About 3,000 I think. because England is 3k away and France is about the same distance away.
The first semi-phonetic writing system was a set of 24 symbols used in Egyptian Hieroglyphics. The Phoenicians were the first to use only phonetic symbols. They had an alphabet of 22 consonants, but the vowels were not written. The Greeks were the first use us phonetic symbols for all the sounds of a language (the first pure alphabet)