To translate "A pioneer of trousers for women", they used du pantalon, making it singular. I have noticed this a couple of times in other exercises, t

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Ann

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26 January 2019

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To translate "A pioneer of trousers for women", they used du pantalon, making it singular. I have noticed this a couple of times in other exercises, t

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French writing exercise "Coco Chanel"

Cécile

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8 February 2019

8/02/19

Hi Ann,

Pantalon is indeed singular in French so is short ( shorts) and jean ( jeans)

“Je vais mettre mon pantalon/mon short/ mon jean...“ 

Hope this helps! 

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