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Sun in French 🇫🇷

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

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Tips to remember the French word “soleil” for “sun”:

1. **Sound Association**: The first syllable “sol” sounds like “soul,” which you might associate with sunshine bringing warmth to one’s soul.
2. **Visual Association**: Imagine a solo light in the sky, with “sol” hinting at “solo” and “ei” looking visually similar to “eye” – the sun, a solo eye shining in the sky.
3. **Language Link**: “Soleil” is similar to the Spanish word “sol,” another Romance language. If you know one, it can help you remember the other.


– “Soleil” is the standard French noun for the English word “sun,” referring to the star at the center of the solar system.

Other words that mean the same thing:

– “Astre du jour” is a more poetic term for the sun.
– “Étoile” can mean star but is sometimes used poetically for the sun (although not as commonly).

Alternate meanings/slang:

– “Mon soleil” can be used as a term of endearment, akin to calling someone “my sunshine.”
– In French slang, there might not be a direct equivalent of “soleil” because it’s generally used in its literal sense.

Examples of sentences using “soleil”:

– Le soleil brille dans le ciel aujourd’hui. (The sun is shining in the sky today.)
– Nous attendons le lever du soleil. (We are waiting for the sunrise.)
– Mets de la crème solaire, le soleil est très fort. (Put on some sunscreen, the sun is very strong.)
– Le soleil se couche plus tôt en hiver. (The sun sets earlier in winter.)
– Tu es le soleil de ma vie. (You are the sunshine of my life.)

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