French Nationalities / Nationalité


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1. Anglais / English (boy)
2. Anglaise / English (girl)
3. Angleterre / England
4. Canadien / Canadian (m)
5. Canadienne / Canadian (f)
6. Canada / Canada
7. Français / French (m)
8. Française / French (f)
9. France / France
10. Américain / American (m)
11. Américaine / American (f)
12. Amérique / America
13. Australien / Australian (m)
14. Australienne / Australian (f)
15. Australie / Australia
16. Quelle est ta nationalité ? / What is your nationality?
17. Tu es de quelle nationalité ? / What is your nationality?
18. Je suis français / I am French
19. Je ne suis pas français / I am not French
20. J'habite en France / I live in France
21. J'habite au Canada / I live in Canada

 

 

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Gender

Countries are masculine or feminine in French, the rule is: the last letter is a E, the country is feminine, la France but le Canada.
With Masculine countries we use AU: Je vais au Canada. With Feminine ones we use EN: je vais en France.

ç

The cedilla ç change the sound to the letter s.

Negative Form

Ne + verb + pas. Je ne suis pas: I am not.

Capital letter or not

French starts with a capital letter, in French it depends.
French is a person, we write Français: je suis Français.
French is an adjective linked to another word or is nor a person, we write français: un docteur français (a French doctor), la langue française.