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Corn in French 🇫🇷

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corn blé
How to say “corn” in French? “Blé”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “blé” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on corn in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Another word for corn is maïs

Le maïs est jaune – The corn is yellow.
J’aime manger du maïs en été – I like to eat corn in the summer.
Le maïs est une céréale – Corn is a cereal/grain.

Corn related words
Grains de maïs – Corn kernels
Épi de maïs – Corn cob
Farine de maïs – Cornflour
Maïs soufflé – Popcorn
Maïs doux – Sweet corn
Champ de maïs – Cornfield

3 months ago

blé info.

Tips to remember the French word “blé”:
– Associate “blé” with the English sound “blay” to help you remember the word.
– Visualize a field of wheat, as blé means “wheat” in English. Imagine the golden color of the wheat as you say the word “blé.”

– Blé is the French word for “wheat,” referring to the grain that is a staple in many cuisines worldwide.
– This noun is masculine in gender, so it is preceded by the masculine determiners like “le” (the) and “un” (a/an).

Other words that mean the same thing as “blé”:
– Fromage
– Granges

Alternate meanings or slang:
– In French slang, “blé” can sometimes be used to refer to money.

Examples of sentences using “blé”:
1. Le blé est l’un des principaux ingrédients pour faire du pain. (Wheat is one of the main ingredients to make bread.)
2. Les champs de blé s’étendaient à perte de vue. (The wheat fields stretched as far as the eye could see.)
3. J’ai utilisé du blé complet pour préparer cette recette de muffins. (I used whole wheat to make this muffin recipe.)
4. Il espère gagner beaucoup de blé avec son entreprise. (He hopes to make a lot of money with his business.)

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Two ways to say corn

Maïs refers to “corn” in English, which is a type of cereal grain first domesticated by indigenous peoples in southern Mexico about 10,000 years ago.
Blé translates to “wheat” in English, which is also a cereal grain and it has been cultivated for over 12,000 years, originally in the regions of the Fertile Crescent.

Maïs (Corn)
Kernels: Large, rounded, often yellow but can also come in a variety of other colors including white, red, and blue-black.
Cobs: The kernels grow on cobs, which are covered by leaves known as husks.
Blé (Wheat)
Grains: Smaller, more elongated grains, generally light brown to amber in color.
Ears: The grains grow on ears, which are long, slender, and topped with feathery spikes.

Maïs (Corn)
Commonly eaten as a vegetable (sweet corn).
Ground to make products like cornmeal, cornstarch, and masa harina.
Used to make snacks like popcorn and corn chips.
Blé (Wheat)
Ground to produce various types of flour, which is a staple in making bread, pastries, pasta, and other products.
Used to make cereals, crackers, and many processed foods.

3 months ago

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