Elle a une queue de cheval

Discussion in 'French-English Vocabulary / Vocabulaire Français-Anglais' started by pmin, Aug 16, 2011.

  1. pmin Senior Member

    Est-il nécessaire de dire
    -she puts her hair in a ponytail / she's got her hair pulled back in a ponytail
    Ou peut-on simplement dire
    -She's got a ponytail

    Thanks !
  2. Her hair is in a ponytail?
  3. misterk Moderator

    Boston, MA, USA
    If you are describing her to someone else, it is fine to say:
    She's got a ponytail.
    She has a ponytail.
  4. Novanas Senior Member

    English AE/Ireland
    "Her hair is in a ponytail" is fine with me, but "She's got a ponytail" is OK, too. "She puts her hair in a ponytail" is also fine, if you want to say that she fixes her hair like that every day or quite often, etc. There's nothing wrong with "She's got her hair pulled back in a ponytail", except that it's wordy, and you could just as well say, "She's got her hair in a ponytail."
  5. pmin Senior Member

    Thank you!
  6. johnblacksox Senior Member

    English - US
    I agree with Seneca.
  7. Enquiring Mind

    Enquiring Mind Senior Member

    UK/Česká republika
    English - the Queen's
    Or even: "she wears (her hair in) a ponytail.

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