parlez-vous français?

le gâteau - pronounced "gat-toe", refers to cake. the french term is used often in ritzy bakeries.

instead of usage examples today, here are a few french phrases that use this yummy word:
1. les petits gâteaux secs - cookies. actually translates "small dry cakes."
2. c'est du gâteau - it's a piece of cake, it's really easy.
3. ce n'est pas du gâteau - it's no picnic.
4. c'est son papa gâteau - that's her sugar daddy. (please use this phrase this week. i think it's hilarious.)
are you hungry yet?

images: 1.theenglishmuse.blogspot.com 2.by sunny shokrae via dripbook.com

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