What is the masculine plural of Petit in French?
petit (feminine singular petite, masculine plural petits, feminine plural petites)
What is Petit in French feminine?
Borrowed from French petite f , feminine of petit m (“small, little”).
Is it petit or petite?
Petit is usually used for steps, though the difference is that petit is for feminine words while petite is for masculine words. Unfortunately, there are no strict rules to when to use which version in the French language, so both are sometimes used randomly.
How do you pluralize in French?
Most French nouns form their plural by adding an -s to their singular form. If the singular noun ends in -s, -x or -z, no further-s is added in the plural. Most nouns ending in -eau or -eu add an -x in the plural. Most nouns ending in -ou take an -s in the plural, with a few exceptions.
What is the feminine of beau in French?
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How do you use Petit in French?
- (= enfant) child ⧫ little one. Emmène les petits au cinéma. Take the children to the cinema. Le petit de Sylvie a une mauvaise grippe.
- (= cadet) little one ⧫ youngest. Nicolas, c’est le petit. Nicolas is the little one. ⧫ Nicolas is the youngest.
- ( valeur affective)
What language is Petit?
How to say “Small” in French (Petit)
Is the word petite French?
The word petite is the feminine form of little in French, and sometime in the 1700s it became used frequently in English literature to describe those who are small in stature.
What is the plural of tu in French?
1 Using subject pronouns
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Can you call a girl beau?
Beau is a French masculine word and traditionally a boys name. When referring to a handsome man or masculine object, the French say “Il est beau” (He/it is handsome). The feminine version/name is Belle.
Is beau male or female?
Beau is French and literally means handsome or beautiful in the masculine form. However, the word in English is used to describe a woman’s male companion, such as a boyfriend or admirer. The plural form has two spellings.