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French Language and Culture

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French is a major language of international organizations such as the United Nations; and of countries in North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. It has longstanding literary traditions and extensive musical applications. Typical contributions include questions about the language's geographic range; local dialects; and widespread use in business, dance and music, diplomacy, everyday life, modern writings, and scientific research.
Premier étage in French is "first floor" in English.
In french, if the last letter of the word is a consonant it is only  pronounced if it is in the word Careful. From that we know the -n  on the end of the word will be silent. In french the letter 'e' is  generally pronounced as a soft 'uh' sound. So the word would be  pronounced vuh-n-o with the...
Ics encourage jurisdictions to use common terminology. Common terminology :
Je travaille! in French is "I'm working!" in English.
Le chien noir in French is "the black dog" in English.
Le ski de fond in French is "cross-country skiing" inEnglish.
Le patinage de vitesse in French is "speed skating" inEnglish.
You know, you can use Google translate. You just put the first option as French and Second option as English. Hope that helped.
Quel jour est pour notre amour? in French is "What day isfor our love?" in English.
On the French emblem, there are no words at all, except for RF, standing for République française. On the French logo, however, there are words and they say "Liberté, égalité, fraternité" meaning "liberty, equality, fraternity."
Parlez-vous français? in French is "Do you speak French?" inEnglish.
Vous allez! in French is "You go!" in English.
You respond to mon chéri ("my dear"), a term of endearmenttypically used for lovers or by parents to children, with the samephrase or with another term of endearment, such as ma puce ("my sweetie" loosely and "my bullet point [on a typed list]," "my[computer] chip" or "my flea" literally) or ...
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I would go with the fact that Quebec was a French colony for quite a long time--as was Louisiana--and the French language and culture transferred to the Quebecois. The rest of Canada was mostly colonized by the British, hence the fact that they mostly speak English.
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That means "Which is the number of the engine?" if that makes sense.
Actually it's two words : ce monument -- this monument.
This seems to be a bunch of different phrases. Let's break it down:   "Merci" means thank you.   "Vous aussi" is you (plural) also, or you as well. Most commonly  used after wishing someone goodbye.   "Une de mes amies": one of my friends (feminine).   "À bientôt": see you soon.
There are several phrases together here:   "Il est beau": he is handsome/beautiful.   "Pourquoi tu ne parles [pas]": why don't you talk.   "Je n'ai [pas] tous les temps pour toi": I don't have all the time  for you.
"Zhuh swee luh wa" is a way to pronounce the French phrase Je suis le roi. The masculine singular declarative/exclamatory statement translates literally as "I am the king" in English. It also translates as "I'm king" in more colloquial, conversational, friendly, informal English contexts.
1) divide the menu into different sections i.e. starters main  course and dessert   2) divide each section i.e. hot or cold selection or even a  vegetarian section.   3) beverages either alcoholic / none alcoholic / hot or cold    All the sections and sub sections are to be priced in...
Love you beautiful. Goodnight baby
Le christianisme est la religion la plus populaire dans le monde. 33% des personnes dans le monde sont chrétiens.
Well, I have always wanted to know what Magnifique means because all you hear on MKR Manu saying It tastes MAgnifique. Lol HOWERVER IT MEANS THAT IT TASTE INCREDIBLE AND YOU WANT MORE OR TERRIFIC YOU PULLED IT OFF C= XD
"Je vous adore avec tout mon amour."
Yes, and they also speak Malagasy (their second official language) and English.
YESouigracieasbonjourneva got to fly on a concordgunna be a bigger star than my mum fortcoz everyday i got a girl on the front door
it indicates that it is a nickname or an unofficial name
When something was lasting in the past or not finish Je mangeais quand tu es entré : I was eating when you entered By the way imperfect is the opposite of 'perfect', which itself means finished, so imperfect means 'not finished' It's a bit like continuous tenses in English
"As-tu des frères et sœurs ?" means "Do you have brothers and sisters?"
Yes, it means - families
the french came to the mid west because they were expanding there  home land
"Il y a trois ans": it has been three years (since something).
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French is the official language of these countries: Democratic Republic of the Congo France Canada Madagascar Cameroon Côte d'Ivoire Burkina Faso Niger Senegal Mali Rwanda Belgium Guinea Chad Haiti Burundi Benin Switzerland Togo Central African Republic Republic of the Congo Gabon Comoros...
Korea, I guess... It's what everybody uses... even Korians
you are Love / the love ....
"Vous etes l'amour de ma vie" means "you are the love of my life." The second part cannot be translated however because "iti" is not a word.
"Rue de paix" literally translates to "road of peace."
Estoy en la casa e hijo, hablo frances, no puedo hablar espanol Direct Translation: I am in the home and son, I speak French, I cannot speak Spanish. The word espanol should be pronounced ESS PAN YOLL. The word hijo should be pronounced EE-HO.
They vary. From about 2 inches to 8 inches or more. Measure some near you.
It is an elective you have to take during one semester of your school year. Or you can take Spanish or what ever languages you have in your school. Mainly it is an elective and you have to pick 1 out of how many languages your aloud to chose from.... Hope my answer was helpful!!!
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Of the 32 nations taking part in the 2010 World Cup (assuming you mean the FIFA World Cup and not the rugby or cricket one), France, Switzerland, the Ivory Coast, and Cameroon have French as one of their official languages, although it's also heavily spoken in Algeria.
living in Lille since a short time ------ to meet people [usually of the opposite sex]
chou-fleur is translated cauliflower in English.
in hollywood when he met Nicholas Cage who told him he should try  his hand in acting..although I believe JD would say his real love  was music and would have preferred to play in a band his whole  life..
France Switzerland Cote d'Ivoire Cameroon Some French is also spoken in Algeria, of course.
whats the question?!
"vos deux meilleurs amis d'enfance" means 'your two best childhood friends' in French.
The French franc is no longer used. The currency of France is now the Euro.
" I adore love " is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase " J'adore l'amour ." Specifically, the personal pronoun " je " means "I." The verb " adore " means "(I) adore, am adoring, do adore." The phrase " l'amour " means "the love." The pronunciation is "zhah-dohr lah-moor."
Masculine. When using vêtement to refer to  clothes, it should be plural: des vêtements. Le  vêtement refers to a piece of clothing.
"Damage" translates to "les dommages" which would be masculine.
you is spelled either "tu" or "vous" in French. "tu" is used for a single person you are familiar with (and in good terms too!) - the use of "tu" indicates a friendly or family relationship. "vous" is used as a plural form (when you address several persons at once) or when the relationship is...
Un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six, sept, huit, neuf, dix.
Literally translated, it means "What delicious(ness)!" Not quite so literally: This is delicious!
... living from love
That means "good morning El Ofensoun"
This French phrase translates into "is learning French" in English.
vous avez des beaux yeux (is more usual)
I think you may be looking for a general classification - these are all the "Romance" languages, meaning "derived from the Romans".
Translation: What is the population of Cuba?Answer: 11,247,334 (in 2008)
Answer #1 . French, I guess.. Answer #2 . The French language may be known as the language of the Academie Francaise , which defines the standards of correct, educated French. It may be known as the language of the arts , due to the dance discipline of ballet. It may be known as the language of ...
According to Wikipedia, between 60% and 70% percent of the English language is of "French or Oil Language origin, most derived from, or transmitted by, the Anglo-Norman spoken by the upper classes in England for several hundred years after the Norman Conquest, before the language settled into what...
This is a quite tricky theme, but it has got a simple answer."Gender" of words may have 2 main roles:1) As far as living beings are concerned:_In some cases, they are used to differentiate males from females in certain activities, job, professions and among the animal kingdom (similar to German in...
"J'habite un village à la campagne" translates to "I live in a town  in the rural country."
Very probable - cognac. Also: calvados, armagnac, champagne, pastis, absynthe, wine, beers The French, collectively, probably drink more water than anything else. Wine and Champagne
un coquillage de mer
preferred (the past participle) - préféré (masculine) préférée (feminine)
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I put it away or I tidy it up or I put it on the shelf.
Au revoir, or see you soon abientot
French is most widely spoken in France
"qui est la" ==> Who is the
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