in English you can say stuff like 'we linguists', and in Norwegian you can even say stuff like 'han Magnus' - 'he Magnus'. What about that in French? I know that you can say, e.g., 'la belle Cécile'. Could you also say (1) and (2)?
(1) elle Aude
(2) il Pierre
Thanks in advance!
Emandir wrote:In some regions of France, people put articles before first names : le Pierre, l'Aude, Le Jacques, etc.
No, they don't really say this here, I've mostly heard it in Burgundy or Franche-Comté.Schwarzrat wrote:Isn't it mostly in Occitania ? There's something strange in Alsace : in the alemannic dialects, you can hear things like "d'r Toni", but nobody says "l'Antoine" for example.
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