French Grammar Help: "Ils" or "Il"?
I was wondering:
In French, if I were talking about a company name would I be classifying them as "they"?
For example: Westinghouse changent le nom à CBS.
Or would it be Westinghouse change le nom à CBS.
Thanks in advance.
- CabalLv 77 years agoBest Answer
A company is a single entity, so as you use the name of the company it is 'il'
However if you wanted to say: they are changing the name of the company you would use 'ils'Source(s): French
- 3 years ago
the two are grammatically splendid. French as spanish is a language the place adverbs could be after or until now the noun. yet Tu parles tres bien le francais its greater elementary to hearken to.