What is the French word for school?
école - school
College - middle school
Lycée - high school
Yes, the noun 'French' can function as an antecedent. The antecedent of a pronoun can be a noun or a pronoun. The word 'French' is both an adjective and a noun. The noun 'French' is a word for the language of France or the people of France as a group. Examples: The French are justly proud of their wine industry. I learned French in high school. It has been helpful when I travel.
School is an English word; It has its roots in Old English which was Germanic. The modern equivalents in other Germanic languages are: Afrikaans = skool Danish = skole Dutch = school (this should look familiar) German = Schule Icelandic = skóla Norwegian = skole Swedish = skola In French it is école. High School in French is Lycee. As you should be able to tell, the English "school" is much more closely tied to…