- 1 What do we call science in French?
- 2 How do you say Bachelor of Science in French?
- 3 What is a French séminaire?
- 4 What is French religion?
- 5 What does silence mean in French?
- 6 What is the equivalent of a bachelors degree in France?
- 7 Do the French believe in God?
- 8 What is the main religion in Italy?
- 9 Is England Catholic or Protestant?
What do we call science in French?
More French words for science. la science noun. knowledge, learning, skill, ken. le savoir noun. knowledge, learning, scholarship.
How do you say Bachelor of Science in French?
bachelor of science noun Fr.] bachelière en sciences f [Can. Fr.]
What is a French séminaire?
noun. seminar [noun] a class at a university or college in which a small group of students discuss a particular subject with a teacher.
What is French religion?
More French words for religion. la religion noun. faith, worship, persuasion. le culte noun. worship, cult.
What does silence mean in French?
silence → bâillonner, taire.
What is the equivalent of a bachelors degree in France?
A “licence” is the French equivalent of a Bachelors Degree (3 years university study) – so a translation of my above would be “A student studying for a Bachelors Degree”.
Do the French believe in God?
Share of people believing in God in France 2019 This bar chart presents the result of a survey conducted in 2019 on the percentage of people believing in God in France. It shows that 52 percent of respondents stated that they did not believe in God, whereas 48 percent of them declared they believed in God.
What is the main religion in Italy?
The major religion in Italy is Roman Catholicism. This is not surprising, as Vatican City, located in the heart of Rome, is the hub of Roman Catholicism and where the Pope resides. Roman Catholics and other Christians make up 80 percent of the population, though only one-third of those are practicing Catholics.
Is England Catholic or Protestant?
The official religion of the United Kingdom is Christianity, with the Church of England being the state church of its largest constituent region, England. The Church of England is neither fully Reformed (Protestant) or fully Catholic. The Monarch of the United Kingdom is the Supreme Governor of the Church.