How do you say my friends house in french?
la maison de mon ami / amie
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My best friend in French is "mon meilleur ami / ma meilleure amie". You are my best friend in French is Vous Ãªtes mon meilleur ami Are you my best friend? in French is Etes-vous mon meilleur ami?
Mon ami ( if it's a guy ) or ma amie (if it's a girl) or Mon copain (guy) or ma copine (girl) *NOTE* French ppl refer to their friends as un copain (guy) or une copine (girl). When they say mon copain or ma copine, they mean their girlfriend or boyfriend . Be careful!
The easy singles: mon amie / ma copine (one girl) mon ami / mon copain (one boy) Now it gets a little difficult: mes amies / mes copines (this is said when you are talking about more than one girl, but no boys) mes amis / mes copains (this can either be said when you are talking abou…t more than one boy - but it is also used for when you are talking about a group of boys and girls. For example: If you were going to talk about going to the cinema with two girl friends it would be something like: Je vais aller au cinÃ©ma avec mes amies / copines. But if you were going to the cinema with two boy friends it would be like: Je vais aller au cinÃ©ma avec mes amis / copains. AND if you were going to the cinema with a girl and a boy friend you would say the same as before: Je vais aller au cinÃ©ma avec mes amis / copains. Thank you. (MORE)
1. Bonjour, mes amis (bon-sure maze amm-ee). 2. Bonjour, mes copains (or copines for a group of all girls). 3. Salut, mes amis
your house = votre maison ma maison est la votre = my house is yours
'Chez moi' means 'my place, my home'. 'Ma maison' refersspecifically to the house without really thinking of the 'home'aspect.
The French word for house is "maison". The French word for home is "domicile". The word "maison" is used often in the names of French restaurants
That last answer is the formal way to say 'friend'. male friend - un ami female friend - une amie OR to say "The Friend" you can say- l'ami
Ses amis , or if they are all female friends ses amies ( pronounced say za-mee ).
Au revoir mon ami or Adieu mon ami (if you're never gonna see that person again) you prononce it: oh rev waar moan ah mee or aah Dee u (like in "dumb") moan ah mee
The word 'house' in French is 'maison'. The English phrase 'house of', in French, is ' maison de '; 'the house' is 'la maison'.
Tu es mon meilleur ami (masculine friend) or Tu es ma meilleure amie (feminine friend)..
Je ne suis pas ta copine.\nJe ne suis pas ta petite amie.\nJe ne suis pas ta blonde.
My friends is 'mes amis', your friends is 'tes amis'. Ami is written 'amie' in the feminine.
You would say either: Je t'aime, mon ami (e at the end of the ami if it the friend is a girl) or Mon ami, je t'aime (this means my friend, I love you.)
"avec mes copains" if your friends are all girls then you would say copines instead of copains (:
Sois mon ami(e), s'il te plaÃ®t ? or sois ami(e) avec moi, s'il te plaÃ®t ? or veux-tu Ãªtre mon ami(e)
Ami for a male or amie for a female. Or copain for a male or copine for a female.
Masculine form is "Ami" . Feminine form is "Amie" . (I'm from Canada, and have a lot of use for the french language
Salut ( your friend's name) Ca Va? It means whats up hows it going and only use Salut if its only your friends and people younger than you any one else and it would be considered rude
mon ami is actually my friend, I believe. In southwest Louisiana we say mes amis for my friends. .
"quelle est la taille de votre maison ?" or "de quelle taille est votre maison ?"
A1 rencontrÃ© des amis - Met with friends A2 Rencontre avec un ami - Met with a friend
you would most commonly say 'mes amis' (or 'mes amies' if they are all female.).
ne cours pas dans la maison (to a single person) ne courez pas dans la maison (to several persons) il ne faut pas courir dans la maison
"Peux-tu Ãªtre mon ami" is wrong you should rather says something like "Veux tu Ãªtre mon ami " (Do you want to be my friend?) or "Veux tu s'il te plaÃ®t Ãªtre mon ami?" (s'il te plat : please)
In French, "little friend" is ami petit (male) or amie petite (female). In addition, petit ami means boyfriend and petite amie is girlfriend.
In French, "the French house" is "La maison franÃ§aise". You would pronounce this like "lah mays-on fron-sez". To put this together, you need to know two words: the noun "house", which is "maison" and the adjective "French", which is "franÃ§ais". In French nouns are either masculine or… feminine, so when you say "the house" you have to say "la maison" because "la" is the feminine version of "the" (maison is feminine). Adjectives almost always go behind the nouns they describe in French. This is different from how adjectives are placed in English. In English, we say "the French house", where French goes before house. In French, you say, (if you're translating directly) "the house French", or "la maison franÃ§aise". Adjectives in French are modified depending on the gender of the noun. Since "la maison" is feminine, you add an "e" to the end of the adjective. So "franÃ§ais" becomes "franÃ§aise" Also, in French, you don't capitalize some adjectives that are capitalized in English. In English, we capitalize the names of languages or nationalities like French (or Turkish or Swedish). In French, those aren't capitalized, so when you write "franÃ§aise", you don't capitalize it. (MORE)
Un ami - if a guy friend Des amis - if more than one guy friend Une amie - if a girl friend Des amies - if more than one girl friend Des amis - is a mix of guys and girls Book is livre and books is livres ;-)
La Maison de Lynne. La Maison qui appartient Ã Lynne. La Maison Ã Lynne. La Maison=The house qui appartient= that belongs to de= possessive Ã = informal possessive
The French equivalent of "my little friend" is mon ami petit (male) or mon amie petite (female). Likewise, mon petit ami is boyfriend and ma petite amie is girlfriend. Also, the French wouldn't say ma ami e because it does not "flow" pronunciation-wise.
je t'aime bien (saying simply "je t'aime" is understood as "I love you") or "je t'aime comme un ami" (appropriate if you want to clarify things with someone interested in a romance with you, when you just want to be friends)
Bonne nuit mes amis, but if the people concerned are not all close friends use bonne nuit les amis
mon ami merveilleux or merveilleux, mon ami if you are saying it with a comma (ie wonderful, my friend)
moi mon ami bon joriuo contiroga plz trust me im new my name is sam_gibson101
You can say "Au revoir, mon ami" or you can say "Au revoir _______" The blank is the name of your friend.
Content d'Ãªtre votre ami. (if you're a guy) Contente d'Ãªtre votre ami. (if you're a girl) 'votre' is used out of respect You can also say 'content(e) d'Ãªtre ton ami. OR EnchantÃ© d'Ãªtre ton/votre ami. (if you're a guy) EnchantÃ©e d'Ãªtre ton/votre ami. (if you're a girl)
His friends are 'ses amis' (male or mixed group), 'ses amies' (all-female group) in French.
In French it is: Nous avons aussi une maison d'amis sur la cÃ´te qui nous rendent souvent visite
tu (or toi ) is informal (like for a friend) vous is formal or polite
If your friends are all girls - mes amies if your friends are all guys - mes amis if a combination of both - mes amis
it means : friends :amis friend ami but if you want to say compnions its copine for girls and copin for boys.
With your friends is : avec tes amis (they are boys, or boys and girls together) or : avec tes amies (they are all girls). That makes no difference that yourself are a boy or a girl.
Tu me manques, mon ami! Notice that it is reversed. Literally, you are saying "you miss me or you are missing from me."
You mean "my friend", right? If you do, you say mon copain or ma copine.
Mes ami(e)s sont drÃ´les. If all your friends are girls, use the e, but if even one of them are boys, don't use the e.
If the friend is male: mon meilleur ami If the friend is female: ma meilleure amie
mon meilleur ami - (If friend is male) ma meilleure amie - (If friend is female)
It depends on how the statement is intended. If it is intended to be pushy in the same vein as "You must make me your best friend", the translation is "je dois Ãªtre ton/votre meilleur ami." If it is intended to be an accurate appraisal in the same vein as, "Considering all your friends, I h…ave to be your be best friend", the translation would be "Ce n'est possible que je suis ton/votre meilleur ami." If it is intended sarcastically in the same vein as "After waiting for you for five hours, I have to be your best friend", the translation would be "C'est clair que je suis ton/votre meilleur ami." (MORE)
la maison de mon cousin (a boy cousin) / de ma cousine (a girl cousin).