What would you like to do?
En general, je reste a la maison, en lisant ou en regardant la tele. On ne sait dire d`ailleurs, quelle soit l`importance d`une question pareille.
trouver (verb) = to find les formes = the shapes
find the shapes
What is the English translation of the French phrase 'Nous sommes allées ma mère et moi en autobus et nous avons regardé tous les magasins'?
"My mother and I, we went by bus, and we looked at all the stores" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Nous sommes allées, ma mère et mois, en autobus et nous avon…s regardé tous les magasins. Specifically, the personal pronoun nous means "we." The auxiliary sommes and the feminine past participle allées mean "(we) have gone, went." The feminine possessive adjective ma means "my." The feminine noun mère means "mother." The conjunction et means "and." The personal pronoun moi means "me." The preposition en means "by, in." The auxiliary avons and the masculine past participle regardé mean "(we) have looked, looked." The masculine adjective tous means "all, every." The masculine plural definite article les means "the." The masculine noun magasins means "stores." The pronunciation will be "noo suhm-zah-ley mah meh-rey mwah aw-noh-toh-byoos ey noo-zah-voh ruh-gahr-dey too ley mah-gah-zeh" in French.
"Where is an ant's heart found?" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Où se trouve le coeur d'une fourmi? The question also translates as "Where is the heart of one …ant found?" in English. The pronunciation will be "oo suh troov luh kuhr dyoo foor-mee" in French.
Se trouve en if you don't put a prounoun in front of it like (elle,or il etc...)will mean find itself in.
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"and the eyes"... I suppose it's part of a discussion where the other person is asking you the color of your eyes or something...
is reads In which continent is the France, ( la réponse est l'Europe ) ( the answer is Europe )
Something is weird there... but it would be "I hope this is all you wish for this night with butterflies"
In English "Voici les yeux et le nez" means "Here are the eyes and nose." "Voici les yeux et le nez" is in French.
He/she sees, one day looking up, a strange object in the sky.
What does 'se trouvent ici Amy et dan cahill ils colle leurs nez dans les affaires des autres' mean in English?
Here are Amy and Dan Cahill they stick their nose into the affairs of others. This is the answer for the book, the maze of bones.
Où se trouve le parc? in French means "Where is the park?" in English.
"He has eyes bigger than his belly" literally and "He bites off more than he can chew" loosely are English equivalents of the French phrase Il a les yeux plus grands que la p…anse . The pronunciation will be "ee-la le-zyuh plyoo graw kuh la pawnss" in French.
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