Fête: Celebration, Birthday, Party. We use it depending the moment
So "fête" itself can mean "party" as it can mean a specific celebration. But alone and with no context, it's "party" that comes to mind straight and first.
"Fête" has a broader meaning. It could be used to name almost any celebration, whether it's a birthday or a random party.
Maybe your teacher's french is like my english...
Or it's perhaps different in Canada, Haïti or anywhere else people speak french (better for your teacher !).
Freetown and Libreville. You learn something new every day (if you're stupid like me and didn't work it out before)
How many people are in that band?
Are any of them girls?
Yeah there's two males and two females.
I know how to speak English... I teach the subject to non-native speakers like yourself in fact.
QM can listen to me if he wants to be right. If not, that's fine, too. Not a big deal.
For me, as Portuguese native, another Romance Language, I can clearly understand why "femme" would never be "girl", it's the same in Portuguese: "mulher" (femme) is not a "girl".
If I was doing the opposite, yes I could translate "girl" for "mulher", as in English it is used as "woman". The point is be closer to the real use in the original language.
And this is why translators are important, otherwise we would all be using Google Translate.
Great quiz. I'd enjoy similar in other languages, e.g. German, Italian, Dothraki.