incorporate into / in

Discussion in 'French-English Vocabulary / Vocabulaire Français-Anglais' started by willowtree, Dec 4, 2006.

  1. willowtree Senior Member

    English, United States

    i am trying to say, "he wants to incorporate foreign languages into our elementary schools," yet i'm not quite sure what preposition to use for "into" in this case.

    here's my sentece: "il veut incorporer des langues étrangères dans/en nos écoles primaires."

  2. jann

    jann co-mod'

    English - USA
    "dans" rather than "en," I would say, though I'm not a native speaker....

    but do you really "incorporate" a language into a school? actually, you incorporate (integrate) it into the curriculum that is being taught....

    try looking up "incoporer" and "intégrer" in the TLF, where there are lots of examples in the definitions...
  3. Arzhela

    Arzhela Senior Member

    "Il veut introduire l'enseignement des langues étrangères dans nos écoles primaires"
    "Il veut introduire l'enseignement des langues étrangères dès l'école primaire"

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