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Kwiziq community member
21 July 2018
Understand 'les toilettes' when referring to public restrooms where there are probably more than one. But what about in homes where there is only one?
This question relates to:French lesson "Nouns that are plural in English but singular in French, and vice versa"
Kwiziq language super star
23 July 2018
'Toilettes' is always plural in French even in the home.
Other expressions you might hear is,
le/les cabinet/s but
'les toilettes' is the most used.
'Toilette', singular, means a wash.
Le chat fait sa toilette = The cat is having a wash
Hope this helps!
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