In french what is the feminine form of sympathetic?
Sympathique is used for both genders, but does not mean sympathetic, exactly.
Sympathique does not mean sympathetic. Compatissant means sympathetic (it's basically 'compassionate').
de la is French for of the e.g. la bord de la mer = the side of the sea = the seaside It means "of the" in the french language - it is the feminine form of the meaning. In France as with many countries...there is a masculine and feminine form of speech. "de" is of - "la" is the feminine form of "the" and "le" is the masculine form.
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