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Spoon in French 🇫🇷


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

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Tips to remember ‘cuillère’:
– Associate the shape of a spoon with the elegant curve of a ‘c’ at the beginning of ‘cuillère.’
– Think of ‘cuisine’ (kitchen in French) where you often use a spoon; ‘cuillère’ starts with ‘cu’ just like ‘cuisine.’
– Link the word ‘cuillère’ with the sound of ‘cure’ as in curing hunger, since you use a spoon to eat.

Explanations:
– ‘Cuillère’ is a feminine noun in French, so it is always preceded by ‘une’ (a) or ‘la’ (the) in singular, and ‘des’ (some) or ‘les’ (the) in plural.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– There aren’t direct synonyms for ‘cuillère’ as it’s the standard word for spoon, but there are types of spoons like ‘cuillère Ă  soupe’ (soup spoon), ‘cuillère Ă  cafĂ©’ (teaspoon), and ‘cuillère Ă  dessert’ (dessert spoon).

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In certain contexts, ‘cuillère’ could be used slangily to refer to a small amount of something, akin to saying ‘a spoonful.’

Examples of sentences:
– Pourriez-vous me passer la cuillère, s’il vous plaĂ®t? (Could you please pass the spoon?)
– J’ai besoin d’une cuillère pour manger ma soupe. (I need a spoon to eat my soup.)
– Une cuillère Ă  cafĂ© de sucre suffira. (A teaspoon of sugar will suffice.)
– Combien de cuillères ai-je mises dans le gâteau? (How many spoonfuls did I put in the cake?)
– Cette cuillère est en argent. (This spoon is made of silver.)

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