In France lettuce is called, "Salade" (pronounced: Salad).
And salad is called, "Salade" in French too.
Let-us talk about the classic salad in Provence.
First you take a lettuce and tear the leaves big. Do not, and I repeat not, in bite size pieces. The bigger the better, maybe tear them in half that is enough.
For the dressing: Olive oil, vinegar, mustard, salt and pepper.
Garlic is "Ail" in French. Pronounced, "I". You can say, "Aie! Aie! Aie!" when you are hurt, because "Aie" (pronounced, "I" as well) also means, "Ouch."
Crush one garlic in the salad per two people, enough to hear them say, "Aie!" and have you guess, Ouch or Garlic?
Do you have a favorite salad dressing?