According to Historians, the French King Louis XIV commissioned James Marquette and Louis Joliet to explore the American continent for expanding the French empire.
to explore is "explorer" in French.
The rover is on Mars to explore. Let's explore this continent.
There is no continent that is French.
No the French did not
parts of the north american continent did the spanish conquistadors explore is the new france , as the colony was called began to thrive.
You can explore most anything you can fund. All exploration on the continent is accomplished by private ventures.
Christopher Columbus did not explore Australia. He did not come anywhere near the continent. The continent was first explored by various Dutch traders and explorers.
She explored Africa
Well, Columbus didn't exactly explore a continent, he explored the carribean islands.
Spanish explorers were the first Europeans to explore North America. North America includes Mexico and islands in the Gulf of Mexico.
the continent is Africa it has 20 countries that speak French
Europe is the continent on which France is located and on which French first was spoken.
They explored Antarctica together
Henry Hudson explored the continent of North America. He is the namesake for the Hudson River, as well as Hudson Bay.
un continent (masc.)
None. He was the first to seriously explore and map the coast of Australia, but that continent had already been discovered earlier by the Dutch.
Robert Falcon Scott explored Antarctica, the continent.
Antarctica. He failed trying to be the first to the south pole and crossing the continent.
("Le continent noir.")
The French wanted to explore for profit and the glory of France.
It's not associated with a continent, but with the region of Oceania.
French Polynesia is in the continent region of Oceania. Oceania is the region centered on the Islands of the tropical Pacific Ocean.
There is no such word in French. If you mean "explorer", it is French for "to explore". If you mean the English noun "explorers", the French translation is "explorateurs".
The Mississippi River was lead by a french explore
The French did want to explore North America, they founded Canada and many parts that would later become the U.S.A. (bought off by the Americans).
et is the translation of and in French. French is mostly spoken in the continent of Europe.
Africa is the continent with the most french speaking countries because many countries have been dominated and colonized by France and learned french
ketchup and fries :)
Marquette and Joliet
tigres and euphrades
Captain Robert Falcon Scott explored Antarctica, which is a continent, not a country.
Shackleton made his own discoveries about Antarctica, but he was not the first to explore the continent.
James Cook explored the east coast of the continent of Australia, naming it New South Wales, in 1770.
If you mean French from their native country of France, then it's Europe.
French is spoken on all continents except Australia.
Atlantis (lost continent) is spelled 'Atlantide' in French.
mostly eastern Canada
Jacques Cartier, 16th century. Discovered Canada.
They were seeking the seven cities of gold.
The Mississippi River and the St. Lawrence River
France is located in the continent of Europe. It is considered part of Western Europe.
Robert O'Hara Burke and William Wills led the 1860-61 expedition to try to cross the continent of Australia, from Melbourne in the south to the Gulf of Carpentaria in the north.
Bora Bora is not on any continent. It is an island in French Polynesia. This is part of the region of Oceania, but it is not part of any continent.
The Macassar people, or Macassans, did not really "explore" Australia, but they sought sea slugs, or trepang, along the northern coast of the continent. Trepang was a delicacy which they could trade with other people.