In English, you can say “a Frenchman”. It’s a noun. You can also say “a French man, a man who is French”. In this case, French is an adjective. Note that adjectives of nationality take an uppercase in English, they don’t in French. A Frenchman : un Français (upper case F, Français is a noun).What are French words used in English?
When you talk about food in English, you’re almost guaranteed to use French words. Here are a few common French words used in English to talk about food and drinks. à la carte : when you want to order individual dishes which are not part of a pre-established sequence of courses. Menu. Apéritif. Café. picnic. Salade.