In the passage, "... où vous profiterez de paysages naturels magnifiques", how does one know if we are referring to one paysage or multiple paysages? If I am in a castle, I think I would be looking at one paysage around the castle.
Dictation exercise B1
The word 'paysage' has many meanings in French including landscape, scenery, view, panorama, etc.
I am sure the island of Noirmoutier has many to choose from and we are not talking about one particular landscape here.
Take a look at the Larousse definition for more information -
Bonne Continuation !
I have exactly the same question. Is there any hint that we may have missed in the pronunciation which would havwe indicated that plurel was expected?
There's a difference in pronunciation between "d'un paysage" or "du paysage" and "de paysages".
"Profitez de paysage" would only make sense if paysage was uncountable.
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