soixante-neuf in British English French (swasɑ̃tnœf) noun. a sexual activity in which two people simultaneously stimulate each other’s genitalia with their mouths.
What number is soixante-neuf?
French Numbers: 60-69
What is meaning of mon Dieu?
English translation of ‘mon Dieu !’ my God!
How do you say 80 in Belgium?
80 = quatre-vingt, Zut! For some reason this is still how you say 80 in Belgian French.
Why doesn’t the French have a 70?
Switzerland uses ‘septante’ for 70, ‘octante’ or ‘huitante’ for 80 and ‘nonante’ for 90. In some parts of Belgium, some of these are used too. So why didn’t the French think of this? Many believe it ended up in French due to the influence of the Celts in France, whose languages use the base 20 system.
Why do French numbers stop at 60?
“sixty-ten”; quatre-vingts “80” lit. “four-twenties”; quatre-vingt-dix “90” lit. “four-twenty-ten”) is due to North Germanic influence, first appearing in Normandy, in northern France.
Where is Hengelo station in the Netherlands located?
Hengelo ( Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɦɛŋəloː] ( listen)) is a city in the eastern part of the Netherlands, in the province of Overijssel. The city lies along the motorways A1/E30 and A35 and it has a station for the international Amsterdam – Hannover – Berlin service.
When did The Tragically Hip play in Hengelo?
On February 11, 1992, a Dutch F-16 crashed into the district Hasseler Es. The Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip mention Hengelo in their song “At the Hundredth Meridian”, where they “remember Hengelo” after a glorious gig in Metropool (concert hall in Hengelo).
When did Hengelo become part of the Netherlands?
Hengelo has a relatively large harbour in the Twentekanaal, a heavily used canal from the Twente region to the IJssel. Although archeological research indicates the location has been inhabited for thousands of years, the municipality was founded in 1802.