In France = pomme de Pin (feminine) or cone de pin (masculine)Swiss French = pive (masculine)Occitan French = pinha (feminine)Canadian French = cocotte (feminine)
soccer. noun [ uncountable ] / ˈsɒkər/. . a game played by two teams of eleven players who try to kick a ball into a net to score. foot (ball) [ masculine ] to play a game of soccer disputer un match de foot. (Translation of soccer from the GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2016 K Dictionaries Ltd)
As you can see, since French really likes its gendering, even that of foreign words, football is a masculine noun. However, in everyday spoken French, instead of saying "football", we shorten the word and usually just say "foot". So the examples from above are usually translated as follows : I like soccer : J’aime le foot.
Soccer History Create. 0. Log in. Football - Soccer ... (masculine)Swiss French = pive (masculine)Occitan French = pinha (feminine)Canadian French = cocotte (feminine)
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noun [ countable-uncountable ] / ˈfʊtˌbɔl/. . a game played with eleven layers and an oval-shaped ball, or the ball used in this game. football [ masculine ] américain , ballon [ masculine ] de football. to play football jouer au football américain. kids throwing a football des enfants lançant un ballon de football.
La mi-temps (feminine) is the name for a half of a game, especially in soccer. It’s also the name for the half-time break in the game. Les Bleus ont marqué trois fois pendant la première mi-temps. The “Bleus” (= “Blue team,” national French team) scored three times in the first half-time alone!
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THE MASCULINE AND THE FEMININE. In French, all names have a gender, either masculine or feminine. For people, this is quite easy: for all names for a man, we use the masculine and for women, the feminine. Like for example: un Français (a French) (masculine) and une Française (a French) (female)