"They are eating a pizza."

Translation:Ils mangent une pizza.

April 16, 2018



Why isn't it "Elles" instead of "Ils" ?

May 7, 2018


A mixed group of male and female always takes the masculine form: Ils. Elles is used when speaking about a female group exclusively.

May 22, 2018


As xsargonx said, an exclusively male or mixed male and female group uses "ils", and "elles" is used for an exclusively female group. Since we can't know which it is from the English sentence, both translations are accepted.

November 11, 2018


How the hell do I know that "they" are all men

June 24, 2018


My mistake. But I have another question Can I use "vous"?

June 24, 2018


No, you cannot use "vous". "Vous" is only a plural for "You". So wherever you "they" in English is when you cannot say "Vous" in French.

July 12, 2018


Is there a difference in pronunciation between "il mange une pizza" and "ils mangent une pizza" or is it one of those thongs where you have to rely on context?

June 11, 2018


You mostly have to rely on context when it is spoken orally, unfortunately. They are both said the same way. I hope this helps :)

July 21, 2018


Why isn't the French translation 'ce mangent'? I understand that usually a noun comes after Ce and for Il/Elle an adjective comes after but isn't mangent a verb? Does ce also apply when a verb comes after?

February 4, 2019


Kindly mention the gender whether it is male or female so accordingly we can choose if it is Elles or Ils.

March 14, 2019


This one doesn't have the correct option. Pls fix it

March 2, 2019
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