"L'éponge jaune est dans l'évier."

Translation:The yellow sponge is in the sink.

April 6, 2018

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That's how Spongebob got rid of the "suds".


Wow! I'm never going to think about Evian the same again! It actually comes from Évian-les-Bains, but that doesn't make it better! It's either sink water or bath water!


I had never brought the two together...


Évian is a brand of mineral water coming from several sources near Évian-les-Bains, on the south shore of Lake Geneva. Today, Évian is owned by Danone, a French multinational corporation. In addition to the mineral water, Danone uses the Evian name for a line of skin care products as well as a luxury resort in France. In popular culture, Évian is portrayed as a luxury and expensive bottled water. The town is home to Évian mineral water.


What is the difference between "in" the sink and "on" the sink? and how would I know the difference when to use "in" and when to use "on" in this example I used "on" the sink and it was marked incorrect.


"Dans l'évier" is at the bottom of the tub. "Sur l'évier" is on the upper side.


so what is the french for wash basin?

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