french fries french toast french dressing french beret crossiant french gracapusta french women french poodles
French is French is a language. What is "quoi" in French.
French Toast, french fries, french onion soup, french dressing, french bread,french salad
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french fries french toast french kiss french bread french dressing
The word french in french fries comes from the inventor of french fries which i do not no at the moment but given that french fries were created by a french man which i know for a fact that may be were the french comes from.
Its "are you french?"
French dressing French toast French fries French bread French Vanilla Ice Cream
French Polynesia is a French dependency, and so part of the French territory.
Mauritania Senegal Albreda French Sudan French Guinea Ivory Coast Niger French Upper Volta French Dahomey French Togoland Gabon French Cameroun French Congo Oubangui-Chari Chad French Algeria French Morocco French Tunisia Madagascar French Somaliland
French speak French, or in French, Francais.
French fries are called 'frites' in French (no mention of them being 'French')
French fries. French toast.
Yes in French Guiana they speak French and French Guiana Creole.
Mauritania, Senegal, Albreda, French Sudan, French Guinea, Ivory Coast, Niger, French Upper Volta, French Dahomey, French Togoland, Gabon, French Cameroun, French Congo, Oubangui-Chari, Chad, French Algeria, French Morocco, French Tunisia, Madagascar, Comoros, Îles Éparses or Îles éparses de l'océan indien, French Somaliland.
French toast, french fries, french dressing, and french animals and people! "French" fries actually came from belguim
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cheesecake is french cheesecake is french Cheesecake is French
They don't. Americans call it a French kiss and the French call it a kiss.
French Polynesia is a French territory, so French is a required language taught
They are called French fries because "to french something" is to cut it into thin slices. The French themselves don't call their fries "French".
Français means "French." It can refer to the French language or French ancestry. To make it feminine add an "e" on the end (Française).
French toast is 'du pain perdu' in French.
Why were the French citizens upset with the French monarchy?
Tout is all in french. Aussi is also in french. Et is and in french.
French is spelled 'franÃ§ais / franÃ§aise' in French.
Mom in french is maman Mother in french is mère Dad in french is papa Father in french is père
French or Francophone (french speaking people) the French (in French language : les français, les françaises)
hahaha. no,, there made from potatoes. French fries is not french food. French fries is actually from Belgium. It we're Belgians who spoke french but that's it.
The names listed here are used in France and other French-speaking regions. See also about French names. ABEL m English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Biblical, Biblical Latin, Biblical Greek From the Hebrew name הֶבֶל (Hevel) or הָבֶל (Havel) which meant "breath"... [more] ABSOLON m French French form of ABSALOM ACHILLE m French, Italian French and Italian form of ACHILLES ADAM m English, French, German, Dutch, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Russian, Ukrainian, Croatian, Macedonian, Romanian,Hebrew, Arabic, Biblical, Biblical… Read More
french fries, french vanilla ice cream, french mustard and all the foods that end with french
French citizenship is granted by direct line only. Your parents - not your grandparents- have to be French for you to claim French citizenship.
Everyone doesn't have a French replacement for their name, but you can probably have a French meaning. Maryanne in French is Maryanne (you) Queen in French is Reine (me)
The French had French Fries and Pasta and the cutest ppl there
yes the french canadians made french toast
French Guiana is a French territory. It is called "la Guyane" in French.
The French language is the official language in French Polynesia.
English: We speak french French: Nous parlons français
French products are 'les produits franÃ§ais' in French.
French bulldog is translated 'bouledogue franÃ§ais' in French.
What is the french word french of Jack ? the french word for Jack its Jacques .
A French sideboard is called "un buffet" (masc.) in French.
french is francais in french.
french speak french
french for "it" is il but il is also french for he
He in french is Il and she in french is Elle
In English, the word French is capitalized when it means the language, a French person or things from France. However, the lowercase is often used for terms that are no longer specifically French. The term "french fries" is usually not capitalized, but opinions vary on french dressing and french curve. In French, the word français (French) is not capitalized as an adjective. It is, however, capitalized Français when it means a French person.
Of course if it is FRENCH fashion, it must be invented by French People Of course if it is FRENCH fashion, it must be invented by French People
Festival in french is : festival pronounced: fest-ee-vAl french in french is : francais pronounced: frawn-say
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