coins are corners? Now that's a false friend if I've ever seen one.
Also, French ducks say coin-coin.
"comment" is my favorite false friend
what is a square?
An object may have four corners without being a square.
Mon chapeau a trios coins.
Trois coins a mon chapeau.
Et s'il n'avait pas trois coins...
Il ne serait pas mon chapeau
it's cet as opposed to ce because the next word starts with a vowel right?
Exactly. "ce" for a masculine noun beginning with a consonant, "cet" for a masculine noun beginning with a vowel sound, "cette" for feminine, and "ces" for plural regardless of gender.
I translated coins as edges and it was wrong.... is there another word for edges in french? I figured they meant the same thing.
After looking at my English dictionary, I find you’re smart!
What does this have to do with places?
The FR "coin" has many meanings, for example "coin" can refer to the neighborhood, like saying "down the street", i.e., not far away. Il y a une pharmacie dans le coin.