"un médecin" is "un docteur en médecine".
Not all "docteurs" are "médecins".
"docteur" is a title, not a profession.
Oui, and when you address him/her, you say: "Docteur, j'ai mal là".
Earlier questions with "Nous sommes" could be translated as "we are some" but it wasn't accepted here :/
It is just that with professions, the French skip the article in singular and in plural forms. In English, "I am a doctor" shows that the indefinite article is needed. But since that indefinite article does not have a plural form, the plural is "we/they are doctors".
Think it is just the way it is. Just like in England they say 'i'm in hospital' but in the state we say 'i'm in THE hospital'.
So if I have this correct, would the difference between Docteur and Médecin in French be the same as Doctor and Physician in English?
What's the difference between docteur and medecin is it like the degree and the profession
Yes, "docteur" is the degree, the title and the address.
The profession is "médecin".
why is used the conjugation "sommes" and not the "sommons" that is the conjugation of nous?