How do you ask in French language what about the children?
Et les enfants?
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You know, you probably shouldn't ask someone out if they don't speak the same language as you.
Typically people ask variations of the following three questiontypes: (1) Logistical: Where did they die? How many died? What was thelikelihood that children brought to the camps would be killed? (2) Emotional: How could Nazis justify killing children? (3) Remnants: What did these children leave …behind? What kinds ofartwork and poetry do we have from them? How best can we rememberthem? Are there any "Holocaust Children" still alive? (MORE)
Stop giving it to them.. or. Make them earn it ... that means paying them AFTER the job is done.
Children ask many things about the Antarctic. Some of these are:"do bears live there?", "Do penguins live there?", and "Are theretrees there?".
German is consider to be the language of science.. Some also claim that it is the language that poetry is best expressed.. And Germans call it the language of poets and thinkers.. Where as French is considered to be a Romantic language; German is considered to be a Gothic language.
la langue de la langue franÃ§aise In English we do not say "the language of French." We say the "language of France," or the "French language." L a langue franÃ§aise, in either case.
Santa usually asks children what they want for Christmas and if they have been good all year.
In French, to ask 'how are you?' , you say: Ã§a VA? To answer, you can say: Ã§a VA bien! Meaning 'I'm good!' Then you say: Et toi? Ã§a VA? Meaning 'And you? How are you?' Be careful of which tone you use to answer someone's question though, because it may s…ound like you're asking them the question and not answering theirs! (MORE)
To sign How are you in sign language the first thing to know is that ASL grammar is different than English grammar, so when you ask this question you only sign HOW* and YOU*, to do this you start with your eyebrows down (because that is how you ask a who, what, where, why and how question). The sign… HOW is both your hands are doing a thumbs up in front of your chest with your thumbs pointed at your chest, turn your hands so your thumbs are away from you. To sign YOU, just point at the person you are signing to. *The reason that the signs are in all caps is because while I have learned sign language I have been taught to put it in all caps so my teacher knows whether or not I'm using ASL grammar or English grammar. (MORE)
Children younger than six adapt easily to foreign languages. Acurrent theory is that it is most beneficial to children if everyadult speaks to the child in the language that the adult knowsbest.
La langue franÃ§aise (because the word "language" is feminine). FranÃ§aise is the feminine form, and if you're describing a masculine noun, the adjective would be franÃ§ais , without the "e". If you simply want to say "I speak French", you would say "Je parle franÃ§ais". If you are a… male, "I am French" would be "Je suis franÃ§ais". For a female, "Je suis franÃ§ais e ". (Notice that in French, adjectives referring to nationality are NOT capitalized as they are in English). (MORE)
"Ferme la bouche"- Close the mouth/ Shut up. Est-ce que vous pouvez faire un peu moins de bruit? Un peu de silence s'il vous plaÃ®t. Allez les enfants! Du calme s'il vous plaÃ®t! Parlez doucement, ne criez pas - il n'y a pas besoin de crier.
Children learn begin to learn language as soon as they can hear. Some authorities believe it begins before birth. They begin to comprehend some words and tones of voice at about three months, and learn rapidly, but actually begin to speak at around 8-9 months old when the speech centers of the brain… are sufficiently developed. Most infants comprehend far more than they can say. Infants learn language through example and association. The capacity of children to learn new sounds, words and phrases in their native and other languages is immense, up until about the age of 10. Most languages learned after that will be accented, although the speaker may become extremely fluent. (MORE)
There are 3 different ways of saying 'your' in French:. . If the object (not person) you're talking about is masculine, you say 'ton'. For example, "J'aime ton livre" (I like your book). It doesn't matter whether the person you're talking to it male or female, it only depends on the object.. . If …the object (not person) you're talking about is feminine, you say 'ta'. For example, "J'aime ta maison" (I like your house). 'maison' is feminine and therefore you say 'ta'. . If the object you are talking about is plural (there is more than one of it/them), you say 'tes'. For example, "J'aime tes cheveux" (I like your hair). (MORE)
franÃ§ais(e) ------------------------- franÃ§ais (masculine) franÃ§aise (feminine) in french you pronounce words differently depending on if you're a boy or girl or speaking to a group of people
Comment Ãªtes-vous ? "Comment ca va?" or just "Ca va?" (informal) "Comment allez vous?" (formal)
Answers:. Albanian: fÃ«mijÃ«t . Belarusian: Ð´Ð·ÐµÑÑ (dzetsi) . Bulgarian: Ð´ÐµÑÐ° (detsa) . Czech: dÄti . Dutch: kinderen . Filipino: mga bata . Finnish: lapset . French: enfants . German: Kinder . Greek: ÏÎ±Î¹Î´Î¹Î¬ (paidiÃ¡) . Hungarian: gyere…kek . Icelandic: bÃ¶rn . Irish: leanaÃ . Italian: bambini . Latvian: bÄrni . Lithuanian: vaikai . Macedonian: Ð´ÐµÑÐ° (deca) . Malay: anak-anak . Maltese: tfal . Polish: dzieci . Portuguese: crianÃ§as . Romanian: copii . Russian: Ð´ÐµÑÐ¸ (deti) . Serbo-Croatian: Ð´ÐµÑÐ° (deca) . Slovak: deti . Slovene: otroci . Swahili: watoto . Swedish: barn . Turkish: Ã§ocuklar . Ukrainian: Ð´ÑÑÐ¸ (diti) . Vietnamese: bá»n tráº» . Welsh: plant (MORE)
When the Normans came to England in the Eleventh Century, French became the dominant language in the courts of England and elsewhere. Eventually it merged with the pre-existing English. Hence modern English has many words derived from Frenh.
its ... de lÃ oÃ¹ Ãªtes vous D'oÃ¹ venez-vous? Vous Ãªtes de quel pays? Vous Ãªtes d'oÃ¹?
There is an old book called, "Questions Children Ask". It was written by Edith and Ernest Bonhivert.
If by children you mean anyone old enough to understand basic programming, then teach them VB.net, its very simelar to English in the syntax, has a huge support base, and is easy to learn. However, if the children in question woudl like to become serious prgorammers, VB.net is not the best option be…cause its a lot different than other, more professional languages if you will. VB.net makes a lot of decisions for the programmer such as casting, allocating and deleting variables.. ect. This is good for a beginner but it can lead to problems and bad habits if you move to a lower level language. Logo (MORE)
There is a gland right at the back of children's heads that make them just keep wanting to know more! As you grow up the gland shrinks until when you are 80 it disappears completely (why do you think adults never ask questions?) -What? Is that true, man? What is this "gland" called, Dude?
yes it surely is! It is spoken in the country France, located in Europe. I(sgm3) actually speak it quite fluently as well as Spanish.
Can I have a little coffee: Puis-je avoir un peu de cafÃ© ? Can I have a cup of coffee please: Puis-je avoir une tasse de cafÃ© s'il vous plaÃ®t ?
1. The vocabulary includes many words of Slavic origin. 2. Many words are much more similar to their Italian counterparts. 3. The grammar is totally different, unlike that of French, Italian or Spanish.
Translate it then answer it, if you are able to. If you do not read or understand the foreign language, you may refer it to a supervisor for proper categorization. We have supervisors all over the world, so there is likely someone who will understand it and where to place it.
French children are first taught French. The first foreign language is English, then Spanish, then German.
Talk, play, eat ... basically anything that they can do loudly. Family Feud: Play, Talk, Play Their Music, Watch TV, Chew
Hi ! I'm perfectly bilingual so you can trust me on this one. You say : " Voudrais-tu sortir avec moi ?" it actually means : would you go out with me. Hope this helps !
If you're speaking to someone you know (aka a friend) it's "Quel Ã¢ge as-tu ?" (literally translates to "What age do you have") If you are speaking to a person of authority (aka a boss a teacher) OR to two or more people then its "Quel Ã¢ge avez-vous ?"
Kenyan children learn many different languages. Kenya is a multi-language country, Swahili and English being it's offical languages. However, there is 62 languages spoken in Kenya.
Before the Roman Empire, the Gauls lives in the area where we find France right now. The Gauls spoke Gallic. Then, the Romans conquered the Gauls, and forced them to speak Latin. This became a local accent, the so-called Gallo-Roman. After the Roman Empire, the Franks conquered the area, and t…hese Franks had had a big influence on the language of the French people, but still their language was Old French (ancien franÃ§ais). From the Roman Empire until around 1800, there were a lot of changes of accent (nowadays, the accent is on the last syllabe), and very much changes of voyelles. Since around 1800, the language hasn't changed that much, and since then, we call it Modern French. (MORE)
maybe lacking communication with parents.. read them books or talk to them more often show them TV or buy book CDs
Negative words and phrases affect children because, your kids will grow up into thugs and start saying all these words that they shouldn't say. They will start not being successful and start acting like idiots because when they hear stuff like that when they are little, their brains are more sensiti…ve so they learn faster and so cuss words will be what they learn. -Jack it changes their personality. them thinking their all big and clever, showing off when infact their not. it makes them look as if they haven't got standards in their life, not brought up properly. (MORE)
Yes. The Romance Languages are the modern descendants of Latin, the language of Rome, whence the word "Romance."
To ask: "Do you speak French?" : Parlez-vous franÃ§ais? To say : "I do not speak French," : Je ne parle pas franÃ§ais. To say : "I speak French," : Je parle franÃ§ais. To literally say : "You do not speak French?" would be "Vous ne parlez pas franÃ§ais?"
The development of the English language comes from many sources. There are many English words that are French. An example of this is the word "beef". After 1066 when William ( who was French) conquered England all of the kings and nobility only spoke French ( the queens menus today are still only in… French) while the common man spoke a form of old English. The Vikings also added words to English ( many names of things/places are Norse even today) and there is a German influence, but the French remains the most dominate in English. (MORE)
French and English are very different languages, but they are both categorized as "romance languages" or "latin-based languages so there are quite a few words in both langauges that are based on the same roots. Many french words are spelled the same as english words, but pronounced differently. … Typically if you speak one of these languages the other should be fairly easy to learn, as compared to a language with a different base, such as Chinese. But people who speak only English won't be able to understand a French speaker, or vice versa, with some learning of the other language (in other words, they are not just dialects of the same language). English is not a Latin based (romance) language. It is Germanic, replacing the existing Celtic (Welsh) language following the Anglo-Saxon invasions. That Celtic was also a consequence of even earlier Celtic settlement. It does use quite a lot of French-origin words as a result of the Norman Conquest. French and English are both "Indo-European" because they both follow many common attributes of many Languages of India and Europe. (MORE)
French language is based on Latin, but was also noticeably influenced by Germanic dialects (The Franks who gave their name to France were a northern Germanic tribe). Occasionnally, some words were adopted from local dialects and languages (Breton, Flemish, Occitan, ...) or foreign languages (Arabic,… English, Italian, Spanish, German, etc..). (MORE)
"Et comment ca va?" (Eh komm-on-saw-vaw) or, more formally, "Et comment allez-vous?" (Eh comm-on tahl-ay-voo) (The 'tahl' rhymes with the "Val" in valley. The first way means, "and how it goes?" (We might say, "how's it going?) The second way means, "and how go you?" (We might say, "and how… do you do?") (MORE)
English is by far the most-taught foreign language in French schools. Spanish comes second, German is a distant third. Italian, Chinese, Polish, regional languages are also taught but in very few high schools.
Lot of words are the same in french and spanish language. These two languages have the same root : the latin language. But a french and a spanish can't understand each other because words are modified, conjugation is not the same... Exemple : Yo vivo en una casa de mÃ¡s de treinta aÃ±os. Je vi…s dans une maison depuis plus de trente ans. (I live in a house since thirty years) (MORE)
Ou se trouve..... [ooh ser trhr-oove] followed by whatever it is that you are seeking.
You can certainly ask questions in other languages. Just file them under "Translations" or one of the "Questions in ___" categories. You might not get an answer very quickly, though -- depends on how many people who read French or other languages check into the site.
You can ask questions in any language you can type in. After you ask, just place the question in the "Languages and Cultures" category, and hopefully someone else that speaks that language will find it and answer it. If there are enough questions in a certain language, we'll make a separate category… for it. (MORE)
Just some words come from Gaul, like car in English or char inFrench, French language is mainly a Latin language
After they have been adopted . . . no. Not unless there was fraud involved in the adoption. If you have questions about your children's adoption you should consult with an attorney who specializes in custody and adoption. The attorney can review the details and explain your rights and options, if an…y. After they have been adopted . . . no. Not unless there was fraud involved in the adoption. If you have questions about your children's adoption you should consult with an attorney who specializes in custody and adoption. The attorney can review the details and explain your rights and options, if any. After they have been adopted . . . no. Not unless there was fraud involved in the adoption. If you have questions about your children's adoption you should consult with an attorney who specializes in custody and adoption. The attorney can review the details and explain your rights and options, if any. After they have been adopted . . . no. Not unless there was fraud involved in the adoption. If you have questions about your children's adoption you should consult with an attorney who specializes in custody and adoption. The attorney can review the details and explain your rights and options, if any. (MORE)
The original answer might be some sort of variation (dialect), but ESL and ASL are both that you make a gesture with one or both hands as if patting little children on the heads. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- you place your ha…nd about chest hieght and move it down and up 3 times in quick sucsession (MORE)
Research has shown that one can begin to teach French language lessons to a toddler. It is important that a child is consistently exposed to the language in order for the child to learn properly. If one wants a young child to learn French it has been suggested to hire a French nanny.
Answer 1 French and Canadian-French are not really different. A few wordsmay be different, sometimes because they fell out of use inmainland France. But a Canadian visiting Paris will only be noticedby his accent (as would also French people from Northern France orfrom Marseilles). Answer 2 Cana…dian French has strong dialectic differences from French usedelsewhere. While the dialects are mutually intelligible, manyFrench-speakers, especially those who learned French as a secondlanguage, find it difficult to understand Canadian French and jokethat Canadians have invented a new language. (MORE)