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Right here: http://www.lookiz.com/ You can buy them in Quebec province. You can also find some french subtitles here, in srt format : http://www.opensubtitles.org/frYou could try doing a search on YouTube for the name of a specific film.
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Answer Not sure exactly what you mean, however, "Stuart" is the French version of the Scottish name "Stewart". Go to Mary Stewart (Mary, Queen of Scots) websites to find out more.
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High-end Haut de gamme (note spelling) means high-end, as in the haut de gamme horologerie industry. And "bas de gamme" means "low-end," where "gamme" literally means "gamut" or "range."
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Both languages have their strong points, and it depends on your definition of "better". English is obviously widely used so if someone was interested in business I would suggest English because it will be more useful, although French is spoken everywhere from Eastern Canada to Africa and obviously E…
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Answer Eh bien Henri vous n'êtes pas du tout sur le bon site. Une recherche sur Google vous aiderais surement!
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The French word haute sounds like "oat" (the H is silent), and then koo-TOOR. The term is pronounced many different ways, as it is a French term but often spoken in English context. (the correct French pronunciation is at the related audio link)
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Answer Dieu is the French word for God. Saying "Mon Dieu!" is the equivalent of saying "Oh my God!" Dieu also is a Vietnamese name for a girl!
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le style (masc.) la mode = "the style", or "style" It's in style = c'est à la mode
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15 33 countries in the world speak French. French is spoken in 32 countries : France (obviously) BelgiumBeninBurkina FasoBurundiCameroon Canada (Québec) Central African RepublicChadComorosRepublic of the CongoDemocratic Republic of the CongoCôte d'IvoireDjiboutiEquatorial GuineaGabonGuineaHaiti…
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KFAED P.O. Box 2921 Safat 13030 KUWAIT Tél : +965 299 90 00 Fax : +965 299 90 90 Email : info@kuwait-fund.org Site : www.kuwait-fund.org
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Bird Cage"La cage aux folles" means literally "the cage of madwomen." "Folles," however, is also a slang term for effeminate homosexuals (queens). The expression does not really mean "birdcage," but it is impossible to translate effectively in one catchy phrase. It may help to realize that "bird" is…
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Where??? trinidad
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France speaks French all the time, where Belgium, Canada and Switzerland do not speak it as a regular language.
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The answer would be les fraises (the strawberries) or des fraises (some strawberries).
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Answer son
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Answer A painting by Dominique Appia whose title means "Between the gaps of memory"
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Answer John Paul Gaultiere Chanel
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C'est means it is.
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Answer Pliz piter faire moi les xercice j'applique page 24 manuel l'heure de franais de 1anne de collaige?"
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Literally, the translation of 'take care' into French is 'prendre soin'. The infinitive 'prendre' means 'to take'. And the noun 'soin' means 'care'. But accurate translations depend upon the actual equivalent in the language, not the literal, word-for-word identification. Such is the case here. For …
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Both. In contrast to the singular possessive adjectives which change form according to gender (mon/ma, ton/ta, son/sa), the plural ones do not (notre, votre, leur). So, mon placard, ma fleur and notre placard, notre fleur are all correct.
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Jacques. Because Jack is actually a version of the name John, I believe the correct translation might actually be Jean. I think Jacques is the French version of James
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Belgium
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it depends if your a fast learner or not
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The French word haute sounds like "oat" (the H is silent), and then koo-TOOR. The term is pronounced many different ways, as it is a French term but often spoken in English context. (the correct French pronunciation is at the related audio link)
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"do" doesn't exist in French, probably "du" (shortened form of de le) is what was meant. Therefore, the phrase is "The mother of the husband or of the wife?"
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French Guiana, formerly a colony and now an overseas department of France.
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sonndji
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3,800,000,000.
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There isn't really a structure for this in French. You could use the imperfect tense to show a repeated past habit that has finished.
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Je n'ai pas des animaux
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Tout s'est bien passé et non tout est bien passéTout est bien passé means that you was able to eat everythingEverything went well is tout s'est bien passéand the answer isoui tout s'est bien passéounon, ça ne s'est pas bien passé
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L'anglais. English.
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La révolution industrielle est le passage d'une manière assez brutale d'une société à dominance agricole à une société industrielle. Elle désigne, en général, l'industrialisation européenne au 19ieme.
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I'm French, and if I understand well the question, the answer is: "Où êtes-vous allés ?" (for "where did you go?")
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Depends of which creole. In Martiniquean Creole and in Guadeloupean Creole, we say "zanmi".
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Je voudrais/veux (voudrais is more formal) un cafe au lait s'il vous plait
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Nanda Devi est la plus haute montagne de linde
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dresser is it self in FRENCH.
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L'Aaustralie est une monarchie. Elle n'a donc pas de president mais un premier ministre Kevin Rudd
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Amusez- vous bien.
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www.wanderingjew.freehomepage.com / "documentation" / "music I" / "music II"
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La surpopulation, c'est quand il ya trop de organizms qui vivent dans un espace. Il est aussi l'espace où la captivité d'une région est atteint à son maximum le niveau et très haut. Pardonnez-moi - je suis anglais et mon français est mauvais
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What is the former name of England?
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responsible du service d'accueil, de la réception - hôtesse d'accueil
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En France, l'année finale de l'école s'appelle "la terminale".
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amour is love in french, it's a noun. Aimer is the verb. You can also use adorer, "kiffer" for a slang word
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C'etait une des sept merveilles du monde antique. It was one of the seven wonders of the world in Classical times - the Lighthouse of Alexandria on the Egyptian coast. The foundations are still there.
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le hémisphère sud
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How did the leader of the Greeks obtain the territory/lands of the city?
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How is a Prime Minister chosen?
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"Quelle est la capitale politique de l'Espagne ?" means "What is the political capital of Spain?" The answer is Madrid.
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No, it is a Romanic language derived from Latin. The appended language tree shows its roots.
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Paris
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The law made French the official language of the province, and imposed strict rules about the use of English or other languages on signs, in schools, and in business.
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une péripatéticienne, une pute, le tapin
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"snacks" peut être traduit par casse-croûte, coupe-faim, goûter, friandise.
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La personne à côté de vous s'apelle Martin.
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What is the role of music in the theatre?
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Prendre au sérieux
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veuillez lire le karma sutra à propos des lapins / gazelles et éléphants...
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That could have many answers, I think that a lot of people wish to communicate in the language of the countries that they visit. Also it is easier to understand French culture and litterature if you are able to work from original texts... Not everyone on this planet has (or feels) an obligation to …
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le franc suisse
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Le christianisme est la religion la plus populaire dans le monde. 33% des personnes dans le monde sont chrétiens.
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au contraire: on the contrary le: the (masculine) c'est beaucoup de: that's many ... / that's much ... / that's a lot of c'est beaucoup de souci: that's much worrying c'est beaucoup de soucis: that's a lot of worries c'est beaucoup de travail: that's a lot of work
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It is almost the same in English: it is "Associationit means: as·so·ci·a·tion (-ss-shn, -sh-)n.1. The act of associating or the state of being associated.2. An organized body of people who have an interest, activity, or purpose in common; a society.3.a. A mental connection or relation between th…
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The Thames (en anglais)
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Tenir sur veuillez
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Toute la famille.
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un ordinateur
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By law in fact terms disclaimer
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Le petit du cheval s'appelle le poulain (masc.) La petite du cheval s'appelle la pouliche (fém.)
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What are the colours of the French flag? (it should be - du drapeau français)- red, white and blue - bleu, blanc, rouge
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yes there is a book it worth rs 20 u can buy frm ur nearest stationary shop
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ma colocatrice
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Learn how to speak French....
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What is the temperature.
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in french you would say masculine- du ( this breaks down to de le)feminine- de la plural- desso you would say le cirque de la vie
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Depends. Technically, 'fait' alone is present tense, but if you have the verb "avoir" just before it, the verb structure is past tense. For instance 'il fait la cuisine' = he is cooking, but 'il a fait la cuisine' = he has cooked and 'il avait fait la cuisine' = he had cooked.
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I've had to learn tons of French speaking, which is about ten paragraphs long (if it's good that is). I find the best way to learn is to record it on your phone/ipod and listen to it over and over. Eventually you'll be able to start speaking along with it and then you'll find that you've learnt all …
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They put both their hands together and say "Namaste". This means hello. They do also just say hello, but saying "Namaste" is the more traditional way.
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an-son-dee (same with or without the S)
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In nearly all the senses of "passer", the regular way is to conjugate it with 'avoir'. j'ai passé un examen (I sat an exam - does not mean I passed it!!!) elle a passé un bon moment (she had a good time /or/ she spent a lot of time) nous avons passé une heure à faire nos devoirs (we spent an …
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Allons means "Let's." For example, Allons au parc! means "Let's go to the park!"Tu veux... avec moi? means "Do you want to... with me?" For example, Tu veux aller au café avec moi? means "Do you want to go to the café with me?"
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Yes it is. There is a very famous French actress named Sophia Loren. NO! it is not. Sophia Loren is Italian, not French.
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Most French "er" verbs are conjugated by replacing the ending "er" with the appropriate suffix according to the phrase's subject: For example, conjugate the French verb nager (to swim): Je nageTu nagesIl/Elle nageNous nagonsVous nagezIls/Elles nagentTo use a French "er" verb in past tense, replace …
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Vous désirez? - What would you like?(Est-ce que) je peux vous aider? - May I help you?
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J'espère que ça VA durer
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is that girl over there french
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This is an English word. English words are never masculine or feminine (except him, her, he, she, etc.).
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Informal To a male person: Es-tu très occupé aujourd'hui? To a female person: Es-tu très occupée aujourd'hui? Formal To a male person: Êtes-vous très occupé aujourd'hui? To a female person: Êtes-vous très occupée aujourd'hui?
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