What is a french ham and cheese toasted sandwich commonly named?


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2015-07-28 05:20:57
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That is a Croque Monsieur

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un croque monsieur - a toasted sandwich

"Grilled cheese and ham sandwich" and "toasted cheese and ham sandwich" are English equivalents of the French word croque-monsieur. The masculine singular combination noun translates literally as "crunch-mister" in English. The pronunciation will be "kruhk-muh-syuhr" in French.

a toasted sandwich voir: basically the french version of grilled cheese but with ham also...

Un sandwich au fromage, s'il vous plaît.

Le fromage. Example sentence: I would like a ham and cheese sandwich. Je voudrais un sandwich jambon-fromage.

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