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when you say "nice" in french, are you supposed to use sympa or sympathique?

How do you say

1."Tennis is as fun as volleyball?"

2. "The chair is not bigger than the refrigerator?

  • french - ,

    "sympa" is colloquial or used in popular speech
    "sympathique" i s likable, attractive; sympathetic

    If you truly want to say "nice" that would be: agréable, gentil, aimable except for the weather and then it's "beau."

    1. Le tennis est aussi amusant que le volley-ball.

    2. La chaise n'est pas plus grande que le réfrigérateur.

    Sra (aka Mme)

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