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Translating English words into French. How you say and spell English language words and phrases in the French language.
mon anneiversaire cest le Either : Months Date janvier un fevrier deux mars trois Avril quatre mai cinq juin six julliet aout septembre octobre novembre decembre that's about it get the rest of the numbers from somwhere else.... im only 12
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ne soyez pas jaloux/jalouse
mousse. I hope you know you could just go on language tools in google classic page.
le phacochère
The French call Wales Pays de Galles.
Mon fils Aiden a fait très bien avec ses mots français .
In French all 12 months of the year in order are Janvier, Février, Mars, Avril, Mai, Juin, Juillet, Août, Septembre, Octobre, Novembre, Décembre.
It means "What time do you have breakfast/eat in themorning?"
The best way to say I'm not something would be je ne suis pas
'Merci beaucoup' means 'Thank you very much'
inséparables say inseparable but in a French accent
You say "quoi?" which is pronounced "kwa".. If you mean - What? (because you didn't hear) then it is Comment? . If you mean What as in What book? then Quel eg Quel livre?. If what as in What are you doing? then Que eg Que faites-vous?. If what as in What's new? then Quoi eg Quoi de neuf...
'Black Jack' in a french accent.
Walk, bicycles, motorcycles, cars, buses, boats, airplanes,trains... their technology isn't much different than the rest ofthe world.
Je veux juste être des amis avec vous.
I s Guam even a language? I thought it is a place in the US and its not a language...
There are lots of nice French names: Girls: Sophie, Marie, Natallie , Aimee,Bonamie,Charlotte Boys: Jean-Pierre, Bernard, Guillome,Beau,Beaumont,Bellamy see more at http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1375472/french_baby_names_for_boys_or_girls.html?cat=25
un film (masc.), plural: des films.
its the same as english. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z
(he/she) watches - (il/elle) regarde or if you are referring to watches as in the time-telling devices, horloges.
Salut, tu vas bien ? (informal)
yes, 'une maison' (fem.) means a house
"Table-tennis table" in English is table de ping-pong inFrench.
un plancher en bois
of a leisure center, from a leisure centre
"I don't want to be the friend"
Ballroom Dance. It is just the same! No, its called Danse de salon
"Pail" in English is seau in French.
to forgive is translated 'pardonner' in French; to forget is translated 'oublier'. 'Forgive and forget you forever' wold mean ' te pardonner et t'oublier pour toujours' in French.
Qu'est-ce que le sommeil en français? Sleep in French is "Dormir".
you say cousine like this ... quiz-een
I love you more than words can express.
French inner cities are usually inhabited by well-off people. Some places are called "banlieues-dortoir" (dormitories) because the businesses are few and the people all commute to the city centres for work. French "Banlieues" are the place where the biggest housing projects are built, while the...
les sacs dorés
"How are you?" in English is Comment allez-vous? in French.
literally it is que se passe-t-il and salut
Any of these, Super! Tres Bien! Excellent! :)
just wanted to say 'I love you' and 'you're my everything'
You don't! The letter h does not make a sound in French, although it does have some other uses: 1) It can combine with other letters. For example, ch in French makes the same sound as sh in English, and ph makes an f sound. 2) It can serve as a separation between vowels. For example,...
un cahier d'exercices
No, but Olympic and her were the first vessels to have a squashcourt. She also had three tennis pros on her maiden voyage (Karl Behr, R.Norris Williams, Helen and Ostby) and a squash pro (FrederickWright).
Vous êtes dans quel pays ? -- What country are you in?
a racetrack is called 'un circuit' (masc.) in French In auto racing, the term "Circuit" is used to describe a racetrack (e.g. le circuit Bugatti at the "le Mans" site). When referring to the actual black top, the word "piste" can also be used.
'the Teddy' (bear) is called "l'ours en peluche" in French
a wig is called 'une perruque' (fem.) in French
séduisant, séduisante
I believe it is something from Bach- a classical hymn ( maybe Jesus Joy of Man"s desiring) and seem to recall it being played at the introit ( entrance) of , of all things, the funeral of Princess Grace, in Monaco- and she was a Blonde- so whiter shade of pale would be appropriate. The song is not...
The English verb "allot" (meaning to allocate) is "attribuer" inFrench. The phrase "a lot" (meaning many or much) is "beaucoup."
French - Joyeux journé des mères! German - Glücklicher Mutter-Tag Russian - Счастливый день матерей Chinese - 愉快的母親節 Vietnamese - chuc mung ngay me
It means, "city of love". The word ville could mean town or city, but in this case "city" is more fitting.
shadow of my heart -- ombre de mon cœur
"I want to fall in love with you once again" or "I want to fall in love with you one more time"
HELLO : a greeting, possibly derived from the older "hullo" (a recognition greeting in "Oliver Twist"), and from "hallo" a form of shouted recognition..
Scientific name: Cyclocheilichthys furcatus French name: Barbeau sensoreil du M ékong English name: Mekong sensory barb
Several ways, but 'idiot' is the commonest. (said : ee Dee oh )
je t'aime mais tu me manques davantage