How do you say "Jeanne eats from the ice cream" in French?

Mieke

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4 September 2017

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How do you say "Jeanne eats from the ice cream" in French?

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Il, elle, ils, elles = it, he, she, they -

Ron

Kwiziq community member

4 September 2017

4/09/17

Bonjour Mieke,
«Jeanne eats from the ice cream». This seems to be an incomplete sentence so I will take a little «poetic» license here and change the phrase to «Jeanne eats from the ice cream cone» This then becomes, in French: Jeanne mange du cône de crème glacée or
Jeanne eats from the ice cream carton (she just bought from the store and did not place some in a bowl) ---> Jeanne mange de la boîte de crème glacée
However, in English we might say: Jeanne is eating an ice cream cone ---> Jeanne mange un cornet de crème glacée.
J'espère que ma réponse vous aidera.
Bonne chance

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