Understand 'les toilettes' when referring to public restrooms where there are probably more than one. But what about in homes where there is only one?

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Jay

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21 July 2018

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Understand 'les toilettes' when referring to public restrooms where there are probably more than one. But what about in homes where there is only one?

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Nouns that are plural in English but singular in French, and vice versa -

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

23 July 2018

23/07/18

Hi Jay,

'Toilettes' is always plural in French even in the home.

Other expressions you might hear is,

le/les cabinet/s    but

'les toilettes' is the most used.

'Toilette', singular, means a wash.

Le chat fait sa toilette = The cat is having a wash

Hope this helps!

 

 

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