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Kwiziq community member
4 August 2018
Cornwall, which in French is translated as la or les Cornouailles
Hello, Is it entirely optional to use la or les Cornouailles, or are there situations where you use one or the other?
This relates to:Continents, countries, regions & states are masculine, feminine or plural (gender) -
Kwiziq language super star
7 August 2018
As La Cornouaille is a part of Brittany with Quimper as its capital (also known as la Cornouaille bretonne), Cornwall is normally known in France as Les Cornouailles to distinguish them from each other.
if you say: "Je vais en Cornouialles pour mes vacances cet été" , it might sound ambiguous but with the context it would be clear , I think.
Hope this helps!
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