The exact number of people who speak English worldwide is not
known. It is estimated to be in the billions.
What you are trying to say is "I need water" which is "J'ai besoin de l'eau"
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.
Vol internationale: 18 annes (18 years on international flights)
Eiffel Tower, wine, dolls, and biking marathon. don't forget cheese, I love Camembert cheese! oh right, also "baguette"
Like a lot of people do, to go out with friends, parties, cooking with friends, to go to the restaurent, make love...
The best, fastest, most effective, easiest, and most fun way to learn any language is to immerse yourself. Go to an immersion camp, study abroad, or live in a country that speaks the language. You'd be surprised at how quickly you learn if you focus on your goal and soak up the culture and language …
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."
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…
The English language is about 1500-2000 years old. Modern English is somewhere between 300 and 400 years old--Shakespeare wrote in Early Modern English.
"Mi dispiace" is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "I'm sorry." Specifically, the object pronoun "mi" means "to me." The verb "dispiace" means "(It) displeases, does displease, is displeasing to." The pronunciation is "MEE dee-SPYAH-tcheh."
Approximately 90-100 million people speak French (as their first language). This includes the people of France, Quebec, countries in west Africa (which were former French colonies), and some islanders (in the Caribbean and in the Pacific).Another 200 million speak French as a second language.As of 2…
Rio carnival 2010 officially starts at midnight on Friday 13th February and finishes at midnight on Tuesday 17th Feb. The parades of the biggest samba schools are on the Sunday and Monday nights. There is also a huge street carnival going on all over Rio at the same time.
You can find out more abo…
To seal a French door, a person can purchase a weather stripping
product that has a part in the middle that sticks up. One side is
glued to the door and the other side is left free. The part that
sticks up goes between the doors when they are shut to prevent
drafts. The only draw back to this is tha…
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)
France's culture is becoming less specific and more European or global, and lost its edge in many areas, but there is still a rich artistic and culinary culture. French "cinéma" has some of the best classical movies in the world, less so now for modern movies.French music has lost its great stars l…
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!
Italian, German, Irish, and Cherokee Indian.
That is from where they descent, their nationality is American
Joe, Nick and Kevin Jonas
one short possibility: Veux-tu sortir avec moi ? -- "vuh-tew sohr-teer ah-veck mwah"
The letter é is activated by accidentally pressing Ctrl+fn+right Shift. To deactivate: Press Ctrl+fn+right Shift. Let go. Press Ctrl+fn+right Shift AGAIN. Now type question mark as usual. Answer:I'm not sure what type of computer the above instructions are for, but if you are on a Windows comp…
le style (masc.) la mode = "the style", or "style" It's in style = c'est à la mode
French music originates from the classical sacred music of the catholic church with records predating Charlemagne.
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…
Some important elements of French culture are:
Aignier purses and shoes.
Balconies with flower pots.
Basque fishing villages.
Bastille Day, on July 14.
Breton fishing villages.
Bridges of Paris.
Cannes film festival.
Cars, such as the vintage Deux Chevaux.
P.O. Box 2921 Safat
Tél : +965 299 90 00
Fax : +965 299 90 90
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Site : www.kuwait-fund.org
Fluency in French and English would be useful if you work at a
ticket counter, because many international visitors come to
Anguilla. Most jobs only require English, though, as Anguilla is an
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…
Catherine de Medici was the queen of France in the sixteenth century. She ruled alongside her husband whose name was Henry. Henry didn't love Catherine but loved another lady who was thought to be the most beautiful in France. He paid her for sexual favors. Catherine de Medici brought Italian herbs …
What's wrong? --> Qu'est-ce qu'il y a ? -- "kess keel yah" This expression, which literally means "what is there?", is very common and is always understood to mean "what's wrong?" when not followed by anything else. You could make it more formal by using inversion: Qu'y a-t-il ? ("kee ah teel")
diongbháilte i gcreideamh is i gcogadh
110 million people speak french mo da ca
French may be difficult to learn because of certain challengingsounds, such as the 'r' and the 'u'. It may be difficult to learn because of the grammar. It's a precise language that has definite rules to be respected, and broken conversationally. It may be difficult because of the structure of the s…
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The answer would be les fraises (the strawberries) or des fraises (some strawberries).
Salut. Answer: French is developed from Latin as it was spoken in early Rome. It is actually divided into 3 types; early french; middle french (16e - 18e century); and, modern french. Like english, modern french is heavily integrated with influences from other languages.
If you're a guy, you say "beau" and if you're a girl you say "belle" ;)beau(x)/belle(s)
note: "beau" becomes "bel" before a word beginning with a vowel sound, for example: un bel homme
This is a question of continuous debate in France between the residents of Marseilles and Lyon, as depending on one's frame of reference, either could be counted "largest." If one counts the actual central city population, Marseilles is larger, at just over 800,000, compared with Lyon's 400,000.Howe…
No. There is no direct comparison in French.
une langue - un langage (the way people speak)Langage.
French and English are Canada's "Official Languages." English is the working language of the majority of Canadians. French is the working language of an overwhelming majority of people in Québec. It is also the working language of significant parts of New Brunswick, especially in northern New Brun…
A painting by Dominique Appia whose title means "Between the gaps of memory"
Answer 1un beau soleil (masc.) > a beautiful sun
un bel homme (masc., but before a vowel sound) > a handsome man
une belle femme (fem.) > a beautiful woman
The plurals are beaux and belles. (If beaux comes before a noun
that starts with a vowel sound, the "x" is pronounced like an
Answer: I believe the correct answer is comedienne although you stumped me for awhile. If memory serves me correctly, 'comedienne' was used more frequently when I was a child. I know I saw that word more often when I was younger and I rarely see it nowadays. The reasoning for that is open to interpr…
C'est means it is.
La Saint Barthélémy : killing the non catholics!! But she was Italian born may be it explain it!
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 …
le franais? Je ne sais pas ce que c'est.
The French love a quick and easy breakfast that consists of croissants and slices of bread. For drinks they love coffee or tea and children usually drink hot chocolate. Lunch is often a time of socialising and is known as the 1-hour mid day break but in some smaller towns where work is not as busy, …
"La famille" is the French word for family.
French is a romance language. Therefore it can trace most of its words back to Latin. However, the French empire was very, very large. France had colonies across Africa and the Middle East, along with North America for a brief period. Some French words are therefore of Arabic origin. In short, Latin…
you're beautiful (to a woman) que vous êtes belle
belle in the feminine and beau in the masculine
[He/she/it] can be is an English equivalent of 'peut être'. The verb 'peut' means '[he/she/it] can or is able'. The infinitive 'être' means 'to be'. Together, they're pronounced 'puh-tehtr'. peut-être means perhaps or maybe
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.
"Essuie ton visage".
take care (of something) = prendre soin (de quelque chose)
take care (kind of farewell) = au revoir, salut
Nothing. la mer is definitely feminine. although, there is L'océan (the ocean) which is masculine
Le vrai genie Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart est ne le 27 janvier 1756. Malheureusement, il est mort tres jeune. Car il mourait a l'age de trente-cinq ans, le 5 December 1791.
"S'il vous plait" is the formal way of saying "please" in French. The informal way of saying "please" is "S'il te plait."
Because the majority of French people are Christian.
in France that would be Marseille. outside of France it is kinshasa. Montreal has less than 4 million people, making it the 4th largest french speaking city in the world. abidjan in Côte d'Ivoire has over 5 million people in the metropolitan area, making it the 3rd largest, and the 2nd largest fre…
The correct French pronunciation is "oat- kuh- tyur". The Americanized rendition (OHT koo-TUHR) rhymes with "boat" and "tour".(see related video/ audio links to hear)
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
answer:pull back hair(top layer) and divide into three sections.cross over the three section like a normal plait twice.with the three sections collect parts of hair from underneathuntil all the hair has been picked up then just carry on plaiting all the way downtips:dosent look good with layered hai…
France, 25 countries in Africa, Belgium, and Quebec
you say "arrêtez s'il vous plaît" / "s'il vous plaît arrêtez"
Ottawa I think either that or Montreal but I think Montrreal is the largest
About 90 Million… 70 Million in Iran and 20 Million Persians all over the world. This figure is consisting of only Persians worldwide. The number is much higher if you also count the people from other Persian speaking countries. Like: Afghanistan and Tajikistan.
I don't know of any blogs that do but there is a website called ielanguages that offers free tutorials for many languages including French. I suggest that you download their audio files from their lesson download page and play them from your own player. There seems to be a problem with their player…
Nun is religieuse, soeur, or bonne soeur.
Yes. French is an important language in the arts, because of French achievements in architecture, art, dance, literature, and music. It's important in culinary arts, because of French achievements in fine dining and drinks. It's important in diplomacy, because of the historic French involvement with…
The culture of France has contributed much to western culture in general. It is hard to summarize what it is. However, there are many differences in French culture compared to other nation's cultures. See Sources and Related Links.
Say the letter "O" but try say it without the 'w' or 'h' at the end (not oh) you pronounce the t at the end when the thing your talking about (haute is an adjective) is feminin or if the next word in the sentences begins with a voulIn your case haute is in its feminin form so ye you have to pronounc…
France is the most obvious answer. However, Africa actually has more French speaking people than any other continent in the world. There are twenty-nine countries worldwide with French as an official language. Out of these twenty-nine, twenty-one of them are in Africa. The twenty-nine countries wit…
s'arrêter - un arrêt
Le Diable is the devil. The term is most often to describe Robert
Le Diable, or Robert the Devil in grand opera.
It's in his/her eyes that every night he falls asleep and finds inspiration while waiting for dawn.
Noodles and Cheese Casserole = Macaroni and Cheese
Les miens sont bruns.....hahaha...mais moi aussi :P....anywayzz....the answer to your question is what colour are your eyes & hair :)
What did the french want to establish in the americas
Navigateur portugais qui etait le premier a arriver en Inde par la mer
In French there are TWO ways of saying WELCOME. The first way is to accept somebody which is 'BONJOUR!' The other way you say after someone told you thanks which is 'DE RIEN'.
The French people used to use two numbering systems: one decimal (based on 10, as in English) and one based on 20 (a numbering system based on 20s is called "vigesimal"). English has the word "score" to represent 20 years--remember the Gettysburg address: "Four score and 7 years ago...", meaning 87 …
the Missippie Valley and Canada.
Black breans & rice, black bean soup, roast pig (on a spit), jamon y queso sandwich, lovely breads, fantastic fruit juices, mojito, rum, fish soup, etc, etc, etc
Jaques Cartier est arivee en 1534.
depuis 40000000000million danne
depuis 40000000000million danne
An archaic spelling of 'guard'
The phrase 'participe passe' means past participle. In the word-by-word translation, the noun 'participe' means 'participle'. The adjective 'passe' means 'past'.
passez une bonne après-midi
In French, you spell the word France the same way as you would in
English: "France." Though spelled the same, the word is pronounced
differently among the languages. France, officially the French
republic, is a country in western Europe commonly referred to as
l'Hexagone (meaning "The Hexagon" in En…