- 1 What is the plural of American in French?
- 2 How do you say American in French for a girl?
- 3 How do you say about us in French?
- 4 Is Etats Unis masculine or feminine in French?
- 5 What is Canada called in French?
- 6 What is your name in French?
- 7 Is duolingo duo American?
- 8 How do you respond to Ca va?
- 9 What country is feminine?
What is the plural of American in French?
américain m (plural américains)
How do you say American in French for a girl?
To say “American” in French, you’d say:
- américain (nasal “in” sound) for something/someone masculine.
- américaine (rhymes with the letter “N”) for something/someone feminine.
How do you say about us in French?
French translation: Qui sommes-nous?/Présentation.
Is Etats Unis masculine or feminine in French?
Les États-Unis (d’Amérique) And of course, being nouns, they have gender in French: all but nine are masculine.
What is Canada called in French?
Canada is translated in French by Tu habites au Canada, donc tu es Canadien.
What is your name in French?
If you’d like to say “What is your name?” in French, you generally have two options. To pose the question formally, you’d say “ Comment vous-appelez vous? Speaking informally, you can simply ask “Comment t’appelles-tu?”
Is duolingo duo American?
“Duo est un Américain” is the translation for ” Duo is an American ” but it is not the sentence you were given. The sound of the masculine “américain” is not the same as the feminine “américaine”.
How do you respond to Ca va?
As with English, French people tend to reply to Ça va? with a positive response – Bien, or Bien, merci – much the same way as we would use fine in English. The following responses are polite enough for a new acquaintance, but general enough for a good friend, too: Très bien, merci.
What country is feminine?
Countries that are considered feminine cultures are Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands, and Costa Rica. According to Hofstede, “Femininity stands for a society in which social gender roles overlap: Both men and women are supposed to be modest, tender, and concerned with the quality of life.”