What is done for, as example, Queen Elizabeth the 1st?

Michael

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13 December 2018

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What is done for, as example, Queen Elizabeth the 1st?

This question relates to:
French lesson "Ordinal and cardinal numbers - differences between French and English usages"

Chris

Kwiziq community member

13 December 2018

13/12/18

What do you mean by "what is done for"?

Michael

Kwiziq community member

13 December 2018

13/12/18

Sorry for the cryptic nature of my inquiry...the message got sent as I was doing a command-shift to start a new line......My question is pertaining to royalty...when the person is a woman for example Queen Elizabeth the 1st, do the French use "premier", which is masculine form or "premiére", which is the feminine form? Thank you.

Chris

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14 December 2018

14/12/18

Première, the feminine form.

Michael

Kwiziq community member

14 December 2018

14/12/18

Thank you.

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