Hahaha thank you for the laugh it made my day, all these comments are cracking me up!
My ❤❤❤❤❤ is dirty? I don't even want to know where you would use that sentence.
When your dog gets dirty you would tell someone "oh I'm probably going to be late. My ❤❤❤❤❤ is dirty. I have to wash her first."
Make your mind up Jeray, is it a Dog or a ❤❤❤❤❤? There is a difference, you know...... although each takes the same time to clean up Yeah, I know I know a ❤❤❤❤❤ is a dog, and a nasty woman can be a ❤❤❤❤❤ and a whore can be a dog and "Doing It" in public is "Dogging" and Mouthing Off is Bitching but look....honestly you would Not say "My ❤❤❤❤❤ Is Dirty. I Have to wash her first" C'mooooon now, you would? Really?
hahaha! seriously 'ma chienne est sale'.... I think snoop dog has learnt french!
When she pronounces it they sound the same. I keep getting wrong answers.
I'm not immature in any way... but translating this made me chuckle very lightly.
When we say : ma chienne est seule, here it means my dog is alone. But sale means dirty .
yes, there is a big difference. I think the male voice is much clearer.
they should be pronounced like this: sale: [sal]
Hahahah seriously?? I typed in "my b*tch is dirty" and it was correct ! No kidding!!
It's pretty common in England to use ❤❤❤❤❤ to mean a female dog. It's not pejorative there. I would guess it comes from the strong history of dog breeding there. ❤❤❤❤❤ is the common noun for the mother dog, whereas a sire is the father dog. Just a regular word.
Hah! Thank you Joly........ Thank you for teaching me a new English word which I haven't known for 68 years of studying my Native tongue. "Perjorative".
Pejorative, only one 'r' and it most certainly is pejorative to call someone a ❤❤❤❤❤. It's completely correct, however, to call a ❤❤❤❤❤ (female dog) such.
Thanks John. My error even though Joly spelt it correctly in the first place. I could claim a typographical error but I'm certain that it was a spelling mistake. Thanks.
Does "Sale" have another meaning like the word "dirty" in English??? You know what I'm talking about... I'm now studying in the public library and don't want to google it
Is there any difference in pronunciation between "chien" and "chienne"? I understand I should have picked up on the difference because of "ma" rather than "mon"
With "chienne", the "n" is pronounced, but in "chien", it's a nasal sound and the "n" is not pronounced. "Chien" is pronounced like "shee- yeah".
Hi NourAkmenas. Ma and Mon translates to "MY"... my book my lunch. What is important is that its gender applies Not to you but What you Have. So If you have a Woman the femenine gender "Ma" will be used.. Ma Femme. If you have a Man then the masculine gender will be used... Mon Homme... irrespective of which gender you, yourself are. If you have many women it is Mes Femmes or many men Mes Hommes. Please excuse the examples, I used them to be definite and unequivocal. Hope this helps.
thank u very much but what about cat dog book also applies on them by gender !!
Same applies in that nomatter which gender I am if the thing I'm speaking of is masculine gender it is Mon, and if it is feminine gender it is Ma. Book is the easiest of your examples; it is masculine: Mon Livre. Both cat and dog are a tad tricky because they can be either masculine or feminine. If their gender is known, then the rule applies but if it is not known the default is to masculine. Same with people. If this is not helping, try About.com/gender/articles.
is the dog for sale?! I know it means dirty but it looks like the dog is for sale!
I love the fact 'my ❤❤❤❤❤ is dirty' got accepted. haha. it really should though.