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What is Mccxv in English numbers?

Roman Numerals: MCCXV = 1215.

How would you write 1216 as a Roman numeral?

1216 in Roman numerals: 1216=MCCXVI – Roman Numerals Generator – Capitalize My Title.

How do you write 1365 in Roman numerals?

1365 in Roman numerals: 1365=MCCCLXV – Roman Numerals Generator – Capitalize My Title.

How many words exist in French?

List of dictionaries by number of words

Language Approx. no. of words Dictionary
French 135,000 Trésor de la Langue Française informatisé
Ukrainian 134,058 Словник української мови (The Dictionary of the Ukrainian language)
Russian 130,000 Большой толковый словарь русского языка
Swedish 130,000 Rikstermbanken

Who has the largest vocabulary in the world?

Marshall Mathers III

What are the 100 most common words in French?

100 most frequently used French words

  • suite (noun [f. ]) result, follow-up, rest.
  • bon (adj., adv.) good; (noun [m. ]) coupon, voucher.
  • comprendre (verb) to understand.
  • depuis (prep., adv.) since.
  • point (adv.) at all; (noun [m. ]) point.
  • ainsi (adv.) thus.
  • heure (noun [f. ]) hour.
  • rester (verb) to stay.

Is French hard to learn?

French is relatively easy to learn but it does take some time and effort. As French is closely related to English, I have to agree with the Foreign Language Institute that says that French belongs to the easiest group of languages to learn for English speakers. Having so much common vocabulary helps a lot!

What are the 500 most common words in French?

The 500 Most Frequently Used French Words

  1. je. • I.
  2. de. • of. • to. • from. • by. • with. • than. • at.
  3. est. • is. • east. • eastern.
  4. pas. • not. • step. • steps.
  5. le. • the. • it. • him.
  6. vous. • you.
  7. la. • the. • la.
  8. tu. • you. • thou.

What is the most common French word?

1000 Most Common French Words

Number French in English
1 comme as
2 je I
3 son his
4 que that

What is the most beautiful French word?

Here are the most beautiful French words

  • Papillon – butterfly.
  • Parapluie – umbrella.
  • Paupiette – a piece of meat, beaten thin, and rolled with a stuffing of vegetables, fruits or sweetmeats.
  • Romanichel – gypsy.
  • Silhouette – silhouette.
  • Soirée – evening.
  • Tournesol – sunflower.
  • Vichyssoise – from vichy. Masculine, noun.

What are the French sight words?

Many French sight words are pronouns:

  • Je (and it’s contraction used before a vowel, j’)
  • Vous.
  • Tu.
  • Nous.
  • Il and ils.
  • Elle and elles.

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