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It is Une regle
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The answer is caca or la poupe
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Les Grands Lacs se sont formés à la fin de la dernière ere glaciaire il y a pres de 10 000 ans quand l'inlandsis Laurentidien recula en laissant de grandes quantites d'eau de fonte
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depends on the situation. if you want to say it doesn't matter as in "that doesn't change anything" then ca fait rien is perfect. if on the other hand you want to say it doesn't matter as in "drop it" "nevermind" you owuld say laisse tomber or something like thatThese all mean, "It's okay" (as in, "…
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C'est le couchant. L'aube est la toute première lueur du soleil levant, qui commence à blanchir l'horizon.L'aurore suit l'aube, c'est la lueur brillante et rosée qui précède le moment où le soleil va se lever.Le soleil est couchant quand il est près de disparaître sous l'horizon, c'est donc…
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Avec la peur au fond mes yeux je la vois s'elogner de moi means <br>with scare in the bottom of my eyes i see her getting away from me:)
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Mais si, ca VA bien. Et ca te VA bien ou non? A bientot!
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Only in Wallonia, the bottom part of belgium, and in Brussel they speak French. I don't know when =P
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Peut-etre que ou, peut-etre que non. Ca fait longtemps que je ne le vois plus. Mais je pense que oui, il VA bien. Vous le voyez ou pas?
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Masculin: Je suis brun. J'ai les chezuex courts. Feminine: Je suis brune. J'ai les cheveux courts.
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39 dans la version protestante, 46 pour les catholique.
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la couleur - the color les couleurs - the colors The following is organized like this: English form - French masculine form (add for feminine form) (add for plural form). red - rouge(s) orange - orange* yellow - jaune(s) green - vert(e)(s) blue - bleu(e)(s) purple - violet(te)(s) pink - rose…
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ensemble pour toujours
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born - né, née
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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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In high school students have the following subjects: French, history, maths, geography, sciences (such as physics, chemistry and biology), a foreign language (usualy English), some students choose to learn another foreign language and others choose economics or mathematics, they also have physical …
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l'addition sil vous plait
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It means "What is the date of birth?"
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There are many French speaking countries in the world. These include part of Canada, France, Cameroon, Madagascar, Niger, Cote d'Ivoire, and Maroc.
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Because they had many colonies and no even though they are seprate they still use the french lanuage
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this is
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France was part of the Roman Empire as Gallia (Gaul) for many years. French has evolved from Latin, the language of the occupying Roman forces.
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This variation of Jocelyn is English in origin and means little goth.
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French Guiana, formerly a colony and now an overseas department of France.
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French is an important international language, considered THE international language until roughly a generation ago. It is spoken virtually everywhere throughout the world. Particularly it is spoken in France, regions in Canada and Africa, Mauritius and many colonies that were once under French rule…
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Qu'est-ce que c'est? C'est à toi de me le dire. Tu le vois, moi pas.
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Yes, France does have allies with similar governments, economies, and cultures. These allies include the entirety of the European Union, the US, and Canada.
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Non, tu n'as pas tellement changé. On te reconnait bien facilement. Quel est ton secret?
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http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ordinateur
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Only two meanings, I think. Souris=Mice/Smile
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24 heures, 39 minutes, et 35 secondes
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It is French for "The animals and the song."
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Would you like to dance? 'Aimeriez-vous danser?' Or more formally; May I have the pleasure of this dance ? " Est-ce que je peux le plaisir de cette danse ? "
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Red= Rouge Orange= Orange Yellow= JauneGreen= Vert(e)Blue= Bleu(e) Purple/Violet= Violet(te)Pink= Rose Black= Noir(e)Brown= BrunGray= Gris(e)Tan= Beige Light= Clair(e) ex. Light Blue = Bleu Clair Dark= fonc ex. Dark Blue= Bleu Fonc
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Il y a deux désignations pour la femelle du cheval. La femelle du cheval au-delà de trois ans s'appelle la jument. La femelle de moins de trois ans s'appelle la pouliche.
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You would use Mon père. If the person in question is male, such as brother or father, you would use, mon (eg. mon frère or mon père). If the person in question is female, such as sister or mother, you would use, ma(eg. ma soeur or ma mère). It doesn't depend on you being male or female.
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essaye ça c'est sur que c'est les converses de will smith, j'ai regardé la vidéo sur you tube, je les cherchai aussi pour mon fan de frangin ! tchuss ;) http://www.amazon.com/Converse-Chuck-Taylor-Leather-Black/dp/B0012MULMM att j'ai trouvé mieux, et moin Cher : http://www.classicsportshoes.c…
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It is feminine. It is les chaussures (f) The word means shoes
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St John's est la capitale de Labrador
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Verbe 'avoir' à l'indicatif imparfait: J'avais (=I had)Tu avaisIl avaitNous avionsVous aviezIls avaient
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Was is part of the past tense of the verb Etre - to be. ex. I am happy (heureux or heureuse in French depending of the gender) passé composé du verbe être = avoir été J'ai été heureux [or heureuse] tu as été heureux [or heureuse] il a été heureux / elle a été heureuse Nous avons …
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My comment would be that geranium is a very violent force in todays planet. there are literally many people who believe this same exact thing. and my bebe is amazing.
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Puis-je vous aider? Que puis-je pour vous? Est-ce que je peux vous aider?
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Les ratons laveurs hibernent
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George Washington
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au is 'à le' put together (masculine) - it means to the or at the, à means to or at
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le snack = snack foodles casse-croute = the snacksl'amuse-gueule = in a restaurant this would be a very small appetizer. It would not be the equivalent of a French entrée, or appetizer, and is usually free.
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C'est la mécon­nais­sance de ces âges et, sur­tout, le non res­pect des dif­fé­rences dans la manière d'être et de pen­ser qui appar­tiennent à ces périodes de la vie qui sont à la base des conflits de générations.
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French is widely spoken on three continents : North America (Canada), Europe, and Africa (northern parts and former colonies). Another area would be many Pacific islands of Polynesia. French is spoken on all seven continents--even Antarctica, where France's Dumont d'Urville scientific base can be fo…
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Really?!? Do you want to sleep with me tonight?
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no, it's the planets (but you are right, planets depend on the Greeks gods) Lundi -> Lune = moon Mardi -> Mars Mercredi -> Mercure = Mercury Jeudi -> Jupiter Vendredi -> Vénus = Venus Samedi -> Saturne = Saturn Dimanche -> Soleil (Dies in latin) = Sun I'm afraid you hav…
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Ceci est du a la Poussee d'Archimede: 'tout corps plongé dans un fluide subit une poussée verticale, de bas en haut, équivalent à la masse de ce fluide qui est déplacé'
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J'ai, tu as, il/elle a, nous avons, vous avez, ils/elles ont.
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Cortez, Pizarro, and other Spanish explorers in Central America were introduced to cacahuatl, a drink made from roasted cocoa beans blended with red pepper, vanilla, and water, by the natives. However, this drink did not suit their European tastes, so they experimented with different additives such…
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Le Canada est le deuxième plus grand pays au monde. La Russie est le seul pays ayant une superficie plus grande, soit 17 075 000 kilomètres carrés. Le Canada a 9 984 670, 9.093.507 km carré de terre et 891.163 km carré d'eaux doux.
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"Quelle est la capitale de l'Islande?" is the correct way to ask your question. Let's break this down to understand why: "What" (quelle) in in its feminine form, since the corresponding noun (capitale) is feminine.Capital in French is "capitale," and so, it is written la capitale."Of Iceland" shoul…
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Answer #1 M. Answer #2 M., as in M. Sarkozy (the French president). This term has evolved over the centuries. For example, up to the French Revolution a baron or a knight would be addressed as 'sieur' followed by his name. This is where we get the English word 'sir' from. Someone more important…
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The 43 French-speaking countries are: France, Belgium, Switzerland, Monaco, Luxembourg, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Mauritania, Senegal, Guinea, Cote d'Ivoire, Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso, Togo, Benin, Chad, Djibouti, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Gabon, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, R…
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As if you were saying the word "gem", but with a softer "j" sound at the beginning.
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Es-tu occupé ? / est-ce que tu es occupé ? (feminine: occupée)
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french eat food :P
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Sans aucun doute c'est le Francais!
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dix - to pronounce, say "dice" in English with the "i" like in "to be"
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des yeux marron
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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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une personne attrayante
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Oui, bien sur, 'Bambi' est un conte. C'est une histoire pour les enfants. C'est aussi le titre d'un film d'animation de Walt Disney.
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"Am" as in "I am" is "suis" (Je suis)
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un gilet
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'A turtle' in french is 'une tortue' - I remember that from wayyyyyy back in my old school days (LONG time ago !)
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un cube a 8 sommets
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Comment vous vous sentez?
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L'Inde. But you pronounce it like Land.
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she works -- elle travaille that works! -- ça marche ! the artist's works -- les œuvres de l'artiste
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'un biscuit' (masc.) or 'un petit gâteau' (which means small cake)
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Saying an English name in French is the same. So Christopher in French is simply Christopher. You can also say it: Christophe.
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un berger / une bergère (bair-zhay / bair-zhair)
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Ca Va? that's how you say how are you in french yay!!!
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excellent travail
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un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six, sept, huit, neuf, dix, onze, douze, treize, quatorce, quinze, seize, dix-sept, dix-huit, dix-neuf, vingt!
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être avec toi or être avec vous (vous is the formal or plural word for "you")
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Soixante-douzeSixty-twelve. Silly, innit? In Canada, Switzerland and Belgium they say septante-deux, which makes sense, but tell that to the académie.
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there = làhere = ici
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English: "when is your birthday?' French: "Quelle est la date de ton anniversaire?" Pro-nounciaton: Kell - e - la - dut - de - ton - anni - ver - seer !
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Est-ce que vous attendez (tu attends) un bébé?
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"Fermez la bouche!" (pronounced FER-meh lah BOOSH) is the popular way of saying "Shut up." Literally it means, "Shut the mouth." You don't say "your" when describing one's body parts. For "shut your face" you would say "Fermez le visage!" (pronounced FER-meh luh vee-SAHZH) but it may be mistranslat…
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Answer #1 'Monsieur' is already singular. Monsieurs with the "s" is plural. Answer #2 The noun 'Monsieur' combines the possessive adjective 'mon' ['my] and the noun 'sieur' ['lord'] to mean 'mister' or 'sir' nowadays. It's a masculine gender noun that's in the singular. The plural form is Messieu…
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La grande muraille de Chine est un site patrimonial parce qu'il y a beaucoup trop de tourisme
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except -- sauf, à part, excepté I don't want to delete what was here, which is a wonderful explanation of how to say EXPECT in French: s'attendre à ce que (+ subjontif) s'attendre à (+ verbe) Explanation We use "attendre" (to wait) with its reflective form (s'attendre) - Followed by "au…
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Avec plasir (avayk playsyr)
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enchanteur
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Le/la trouver Le=masculine La=feminine Trouver means "to find" Conjugations are: Je trouve Tu trouves Il/elle/on trouve Nous trouvons Vous trouvez Ils/elles trouvent
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Bienvenue à votre site
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Both words actually come from French. The word for fete is the same in French: fête
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YES der if you are taking french class you should know not to waste our time but to ask madmoiselle thingi.
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estomac [aystoma]
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