What is the pronunciation of the French word 'mélomane'?
"Mey*-lo-mahn" is the pronunciation of the French word mÃ©lomane. Specifically, the word functions as an adjective or noun in its feminine singular form. It means "music-loving" as an adjective. It translates as "music-lover, music lover" as a noun. ...
Asked in Punctuation and Capitalization
Do you capitalize the word French in French music?
Yes, in English you always capitalize names and locations, and things referring to them. (France - French, Italy-Italian) Other languages such as French do not usually capitalize. So French music, Dutch music, American music. French art, French toast, French wine. The only exception may be the terms such as french fries, or french curve, where both upper and lower case are seen according to the style. One other example is brussel sprouts, which have no real connection to Brussels. ...
Asked in France
What name was given to the music of the 1700's which in French means odd?
It is named "baroque". The Baroque style of music gets its name from a French word that means irregular and weird. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society
How did the french shape the cultire of the Americas?
They had a great influence in the area of New Orleans and have given music, food, and words to us. The word “beef” is a French word and there are many more. If you like crepes or crescents you are eating French foods. ...
Asked in Country Music, English to French
How do you say country music in French?
French use the term "country music" to speak of American country music. They use the term "chanson française" when speaking of popular French music in French language, "musette" to describe accordion pieces of music. ...
Asked in Grammaire Francaise
Is the French word 'baladeur' feminine or masculine?
Masculine describes the gender of the French word baladeur. The masculine noun in its singular form translates as "music player" or "Walkman" in English. The pronunciation will be "ba-la-duhr" in French. ...
Asked in French Language and Culture
Is the word 'quinte' French?
Yes, quinte is a French word. Specifically, the French word is a feminine noun. Its most common association and use is in music, where it means "fifth." It may be preceded by the feminine singular definite article la ("the") or the feminine singular indefinite article une ("a, one"). The pronunciation will be "kehnte" in French. ...