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French problem & French lesson about “slow” !!

About this article, I’m sorry, but I can’t translate it :/

That’s why I named it “French problem & French lesson”, I’m going to explain you why and you will understand 🙂

If I should’ve translated the French title in English, you would read: “Are we saying “the” or “the” Slow?” LOL

English is less complicated than French

To understand why, let me introduce you to the French universe 🙂

In French, each noun has gender: masculine or feminine.

For example:

  • The table is feminine (La table)
  • The city is feminine (La ville)
  • The trip is masculine (Le voyage)
  • The movement is masculine… (Le mouvement)

(Please, don’t ask me why!!! 🙂 )

Do you start to understand? ^^

Some French people say “the(masculine)” Slow and others say “the(feminine)” Slow.

The goal of this article is to know if we say the(masculine) or the(feminine) when we’re talking about Slow Philosophy.

That’s why English is less complicated than French! Hahah

From my point of view – if you’re asking yourself the question – the answer is: we can both say “the(masculine)” and “the(feminine)” Slow. 🙂

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