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I have to do a presentation in French.

Can you tell me what the part is called in which you tell the content, in French of course.

Teneur, content or something else?

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I had to look for it on Google. Would "le contenu d'une presentation" serve your purposes?

I am not sure about "teneur" .


https://www.google.ie/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&e...'une+presentation%22&spell=1

I think so,.. I'll do that.. Thank you!

Good . I am glad.

As George says, contenu when you mean "content" in the sense of "material".

The word teneur means "content" in the sense of "capacity" of a container etc.

I wondered if it might have a meaning something like "purport" (as in "tenor" ,"tone" ).

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