How do you say For the last six month in french?
pour les six derniers mois
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You stopped taking birth control six months ago and you just got your period twice last month and you want to get pregnant again?
Answer . \nCheck out the fertility awareness site and if that doesn't help see a doctor.
Should you be worried if your period lasted for seven days last month and this month it was six days late and it ended earlier than usual?
Answer . No. Periods can fluctuate due to stress, being more sexually active than normal. Also hormones are to be accounted for. Our bodies change every 7 years. Women from as young as 35 up can be pre-menopausal (periods are irregular) until they reach menopause where their periods cease. …It's a good idea to get a good physical each year and a pap test. (MORE)
January = janvier February = fÃ©vrier March = mars April = avril May = mai June = juin July = juillet August = aoÃ»t September = septembre October = octobre November = novembre December = dÃ©cembre .
You say "quoi?" which is pronounced "kwa".. If you mean - What? (because you didn't hear) then it is Comment? . If you mean What as in What book? then Quel eg Quel livre?. If what as in What are you doing? then Que eg Que faites-vous?. If what as in What's new? then Quoi eg Quoi de …neuf? quoi / qu' qu'est-ce que c'est = what is this ? you know what? = tu sais quoi ? (MORE)
It depends on if the noun is masculine, feminine or plural. Masculine : Mon - eg. Mon lit Feminine : Ma - eg. Ma chaise Plural : Mes - eg. Mes vÃªtements
et toi, probably For example: --Salut Marion, Ã§a VA ? (--> "Hey Marion, how's it going?") --Oui, Ã§a VA, et toi ? (--> "Not bad, and you?") hi
"six" (English) = "six" (French) I have six apples = J'ai six pommes.. Pronouncing it is a bit tricky. By itself, it is pronounced "seess". But "six pommes" is pronounced "see pum" (you drop the final consonant sound of "six"--this is a convention that only applies to the numbers 5, 6, 8, and 10…--cinq, six, huit, and dix). On the other hand, if the noun starts with a vowel then you make the liaison: six euros sounds like "see z uh-roh" (MORE)
It just so happens i have a book on French words. Jay Deez is it.
To one person you're friendly with: avec toi.. To one person you're polite to: avec vous. To more than one person: avec vous. To one person you're friendly with: avec toi.. To one person you're polite to: avec vous. To more than one person: avec vous
Moi Example: et Ã§a c'est moi avec ma famille! Translation: and this is me with my family!
Tu es: For someone familair. Vous Ãªtes: For someone that's not familiar to you and/or your elder
my mon (moh[n]) - masc. sing. ma (mah) - fem. sing. mes (may) - pl. Note: "ma" cannot be followed by a vowel sound. To avoid this, use"mon" instead. For example, you do NOT say "ma oreille" (my ear)but "mon oreille", and the liaison formed with the letter Nseparates the vowel sounds.
for -> pour (sounds somewhat similar to the English word "poor") Be careful, because the usage of prepositions tends to be very specific to each language. English might use "for" where French would use a word other than "pour", and French might use "pour" where English uses something other than "…for". (MORE)
what (pardon) = quoi. In all other cases 'what' is not used with a certain word. Instead, other question words replace it.. 'Which' ('quel' in French) is probably the most common convertion.. For example:. what colour is this shirt = quelle couleur est cette chemise . what time is it = que…lle heure est il (MORE)
les mois de l'annÃ©e - months of the year: janvier - January fÃ©vrier - February mars - March Avril - April mai - May juin - June juillet - July aoÃ»t - August septembre - September octobre - October novembre - November dÃ©cembre - December
Mon anniversaire est la (un, duex, trois, etc...) and then a month for example August, Janvier, Avril, Decembre, Novembre, etc....
January janvier february fevrier march mars April Avril may mai June juin July juillet august aout September septembre october octobre November novembre December decembre :]
The French word for month is mois (same spelling in the plural). It is pronounced the same as the pronoun moi --"mwah".
see you next month --> au mois prochain Farewell expressions in French follow the formula of Ã + the next time you'll see the person. Some well-established ones are: Ã bientÃ´t --> see you soon Ã plus tard --> see you later (for short: "Ã plus" with the s pronounced) Ã la… prochaine fois --> see you next time (for short: "Ã la prochaine") Ã vendredi --> see you Friday Ã la semaine prochaine --> see you next week and of course, au revoir --> see you next time, more formally (MORE)
Gay Marriage legalized. Gay Marriage illegal again. E-quake outside San Diego. Thats all i know
How do you say what you ate last night in french. The question in french is qu'est-ce que tu as mange hier soir?
Hier soir, j'ai mangÃ© ______________________ (Meaning: Last night, I ate.....) I also got this question for an end of year exam so if you're the same as me, good luck:) Hope this helps!
Pleaded quity to a charge but the charge will be dropped if you say out of trouble for six months after six month will it show up on your background check for a job?
Can't really tell from from your description. You will have to ask the judge, or your attorney EXACTLY what this will mean to your record.
The months are janvier, fevrier, mars, avril, mai, juin, juillet, aout, septembre, octobre, novembre, and decembre. Go to http://french.languagedaily.com/wordsandphrases/french-months for more information or google search "months in french pronunciation".
six-pack (of cans) = un pack six-pack (abs) = "une tablette de chocolat, des tablettes de chocolat"
In French all 12 months of the year in order are Janvier, FÃ©vrier, Mars, Avril, Mai, Juin, Juillet, AoÃ»t, Septembre, Octobre, Novembre, DÃ©cembre.
You would say 'cinq bouches' for six mouths. But I'm not positive what happy is.
At the South Pole, there is one sunrise and one sunset per year,where indeed, there is a six-month period of no sunsets. At other locations, this period is shorter, so that as far north asthe Antarctic Circle, the period of no sunrises/sunsets lasts onlyone 24-hour period.
You can say, en dernier mais pas de moindre (importance) Please give your phrase Julio (TRM-Mauritius)
je me le procurer i assume you mean you understand then it translates to ( je comprends
she will = elle + the French verb in its future tense she will do = elle fera she will read = elle lira
you can be spelled 'tu' or 'vous' in French. Tu is used between peers, or in familiar settings, AND with a single person. You is used in more formal relationships OR when addressing several persons at once.
You were sick last week. -- Tu Ã©tais (or, Vous Ã©tiez) malade la semaine derniÃ¨re. -- "tew ay-teh (voo zay-tyay) mah-lad lah suh-men dair-nyair"
when you are asked a question and you reply you can then say "Et toi?" or "Et vous?"( vous is more formal) as a way of saying "And you?"
Would it be right for a girl that has a french last name and for you to have an Italian last name. Plus she is blonde and you hair is kind of drity brown. and you are about 9 months older than her?
Nothing you mention should have any importance to a relationship between the two of you.
Would it be right for a girl named kelly with a french last name and a boy Ben with last name Italian to date if Ben is 9 months older?
Of course it dosent matter how much older he is or if he is Italian if you like him And he likes you then be together
Je suis When saying it, do not pronounce the "s" on the end of "suis"
" Je bois du th Ã© Ã six heures. " That is pronounced something like this: Sheh bwa du tay ah sees errs
to have to is usually translated 'devoir' in French. Ex. I have to leave > je dois m'en aller.
Comment-allez vous? Or more colloquially. Comment Ã§a va? Or simply, Ã§a va? with a rising inflection.
fain de semaine dernier ---- "Le week-end dernier" also if you need a reliable source as a french to english/ english to french dictionary wordreference.com is a great place to go. If you cannot find the word in the database then they also offer forums where members can answer your question. ~r…ainingcoconuts (MORE)
"Je suis de ______" means I am from... J'habite a _____ For instance, "J'habite a Etats-Unis".
I don't speak french but you could go on google translate and see for yourself. Hope this helped!
"encore 9 mois Ã passer" (9 months left to "pass") or "9 mois Ã attendre" (9 months to wait) or "plus que 9 mois" (only 8 months left). Slang: "9 mois Ã tirer"
There are many ways but the most common is " a une" Note: The "une" depends on the gender of the sentence. Thus the other option... It could also be un (masculine form).
A functional resume is best for a person who has been unemployedfor the last six months. They should include why they have a gapand what they have been doing in the down time.
Use the "passÃ© composÃ©" to describe a specific action located in time. (This is fine for what you did last week-end) The "imparfait" is mostly used to describe actions located imprecisely over time. For instance: J'ai tondu la pelouse. (I mowed the lawn.) Je tondais la pelouse lorsqu…'il se mit Ã pleuvoir. (I was mowing the lawn when it started raining.) The cumbersome " J'Ã©tais en train de tondre la pelouse lorsqu'il se mit Ã pleuvoir. " works too for that previous example. An exemple of an action that took a long time but is still located precisely in time: J'ai tondu la pelouse tout l'aprÃ¨s-midi. (I mowed the lawn for the whole afternoon.) (MORE)
If you are thinking of "What is it?" or "What is that?" it would be "Qu'est-que c'est?"
Day light would still last the amount of time. Watches and clocks do not control time periods. The same amount of sunlight would be the same wherever you live as well as the night time. That is how it was thousands of years ago before there were any watches or clocks.
Depending on "you", if it is singular/informal and masculine/feminine or plural/formal and masculine/feminine Singular/informal, masculine: oÃ¹ es-tu allÃ© le week-end dernier ? Singular/informal, feminine: oÃ¹ es-tu allÃ©e le week-end dernier ? Formal/masculine: oÃ¹ Ãªtes-vous a…llÃ© le week-end dernier ? Formal/feminine: oÃ¹ Ãªtes-vous allÃ©e le week-end dernier ? Plural/masculine: oÃ¹ Ãªtes-vous allÃ©s le week-end dernier ? Plural/feminine: oÃ¹ Ãªtes-vous allÃ©es le week-end dernier ? (MORE)
The Defenders - 1961 The Last Six Months 1-27 was released on: USA: 31 March 1962