HELP ME

JusticeJustice Posts: 6MI6 Agent
Why is there an "e" at the back of the tittle: casino royalE? ?:)
I really need this info...

thanx, :007)
Justice -xx-

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  • NightshooterNightshooter In bed with SolitairePosts: 2,917MI6 Agent
    Because that is the name of the Casino. The Casino in which Bond defeats Le Chiffre is named "Casino Royale".
  • JusticeJustice Posts: 6MI6 Agent
    But still: why a royalE? It doesn't make sence
  • JusticeJustice Posts: 6MI6 Agent
    casino is a 'male' word, and royale is 'female'
  • JusticeJustice Posts: 6MI6 Agent
    If you'll translate (Enlish-French) it, you'll get: le casino royal.. not le casino royalE
  • Asp9mmAsp9mm Over the Hills and Far Away.Posts: 6,738MI6 Agent
    Justice wrote:
    If you'll translate (Enlish-French) it, you'll get: le casino royal.. not le casino royalE


    But Casino Royal isn't it's name, it's Royale, much like my mothers maiden name was Tremayne and not Tremayn. Translations don't apply to names.
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  • Mark HazardMark Hazard West Midlands, UKPosts: 495MI6 Agent
    It probably has something to do with (in the book) the Casino being situated in the French town of Royale-les-Eaux.
  • JusticeJustice Posts: 6MI6 Agent
    Perfect...
    It makes sence, thank you :007) !!!

    Justice
    -XXXX-
  • NightshooterNightshooter In bed with SolitairePosts: 2,917MI6 Agent
    Justice, out of curiousity, why did you need this info so badly? It is a strange little tidbit, isn't it? Doesn't sound all that important. :))
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