Re: Possessive Frenchies (was: Re: No more plural? No, more plural!)
|From:||Carsten Becker <naranoieati@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, August 17, 2005, 13:35|
Remi Villatel wrote on 17 August 2005, 01:36 MET
> Carsten Becker wrote:
>> FWIW, "miei", "nosso" and "sos" nevertheless remind me of
>> the French "miens", "nôtre" and "siens": Les amis, les
>> siens; Protège le bonne nom, le nôtre; de ses yeux, les
>> siens. I don't know if you still use those forms, though.
>> Remi? Max?
It's "le bon nom" since "le nom" is masculinum, but anyway.
> Yes, we still use these adjectives/pronouns/substantives
> in French but nobody would say a sentence like yours. :-)
I'm not French, I'm only a learner. And I'm not too good in
> Mais qu'est-ce qu'il dit ?