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Cette catégorie est destinée aux questions posées dans la langue française. This category is for questions asked in the French language.

Asked in Questions en Francais

Quelle religion est la plus populaire au monde?

Le christianisme est la religion la plus populaire dans le monde. 33% des personnes dans le monde sont chrétiens. ...
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Quelle est la capitale de la Belgique?

Bruxelles est la capitale de la Belgique.
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C'est quoi un courant de convection?

C'est un courant dans un fluide (eau, air) : comme un courant marin, ou un courant d'air. Il est causé par des différences de températures (ex: l'air chaud monte). ...
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Quel est la capitale politique de l'espagne?

"Quelle est la capitale politique de l'Espagne ?" means "What is the political capital of Spain?" The answer is Madrid. ...
Asked in DIY Projects, Questions en Francais, French Language and Culture, Grammaire Francaise

How do you ask someone if they need something in French?

Vous désirez? - What would you like? (Est-ce que) je peux vous aider? - May I help you? ...
Asked in Questions en Francais, French to English

What is 'Ils sont' when translated from French to English?

Ils sont in French means "They are" in English.
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Is Loren a French name?

Yes it is. There is a very famous French actress named Sophia Loren. NO! it is not. Sophia Loren is Italian, not French. ...
Asked in Verbs, Questions en Francais, French Language and Culture, Grammaire Francaise

What are the dr mrs vandertramp verbs?

"Dr. Mrs. Vandertramp" is the mnemonic for English speakers to remember which French verbs are conjugated in "passé composé" with the "être" auxiliary instead of "avoir". Each letter of the mnemonic represents one verb: Devenir - to become Revenir - to return Mourir - to die Rester - to stay Sortir - to go out/Exit Venir - to come Arriver - to arrive Naître - to be born Descendre - to descend or go down Entrer - to enter Rentrer - to return home Tomber - to fall Retourner - to...
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Comment appelle t-on le petit du cheval?

Le petit du cheval s'appelle le poulain (masc.) La petite du cheval s'appelle la pouliche (fém.) ...
Asked in English to French, Questions en Francais

What is the feminine word for mignon in french?

the feminine for mignon is 'mignonne'.
Asked in French to English, Questions en Francais

Comment le chef des Grecs a-t-il obtenu le territoire de la cité?

How did the leader of the Greeks obtain the territory/lands of the city?
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Quelle est ta nationalite?

It means "What is your nationality?"
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Is French a Germanic language?

No, it is a Romanic language derived from Latin. The appended language tree shows its roots. ...
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What do you do when your keyboard makes a letter with a letter e with a French accent instead of a question mark?

The letter é is activated by accidentally pressing Ctrl+fn+right Shift. To deactivate: Press Ctrl+fn+right Shift. Let go. Press Ctrl+fn+right Shift AGAIN. Now type question mark as usual. Answer: I'm not sure what type of computer the above instructions are for, but if you are on a Windows computer, just hold the alt button down and type 0233. This only works if you are on a full sized keyboard (not a laptop keyboard). ...
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Tout est bien passe?

Tout s'est bien passé et non tout est bien passé Tout est bien passé means that you was able to eat everythingEverything went well is tout s'est bien passé and the answer is oui tout s'est bien passé ou non, ça ne s'est pas bien passé ...