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How do you say strawberries in French?
In Argentina we say: "torta de frutillas". "Pastel de fresa" is also accepted. En Mexico, genralmente decimos "Pastel de Fresa". Another answer: "Tarta de fresa" means s…trawberry cake in Spanish. Yet another answer: Bizcocho de fresas - this would be more like a sponge cake with whole or sliced strawberries baked or on the cake.
si do be lei, is strawberry in cantonese :)
it is feminine
Une glace a la fraise
A strawberry is 'une fraise' I love to eat strawberries. J'adore manger des fraises.
'I like strawberries' would be いちごが好きです (ichigo ga suki desu) in Japanese.
yogur de fresa
ice cream is helado strawberry is fresa helado de fresa
The French word for and is et, pronounced "eh". There are more words that represents "and".
In Afrikaans- Aarbei. Albanian- luleshtrydhe. Belorusian- Kluvnitsi(roughly).. Bulgarian (ugodi). Catalan- freses. Croatian- Jagode. Czech- Jahody. Danish-Jordbaer. Dutch- Aar…dben. Finnish- mansikut. French- fraises. Galician- morangos. German- erdbeeren. Greek- fràoules(rough). Hungarian-Eper. Indonesian- Stroberi. Icelandic-Jardarber. Irish Gaelc- Sutha talun. Italian- Fragole. Norwegian- Jordbaer. Spanish- fresas. Polish- truskawi. Portuguese- morangos. Romanian- cãpsune. Russian- Kluvbnika. Swedish- Jordgubbar. Turkish- çilek. Ukranian- polynitciya(roughly) Welsh Gaelic- mufus. Note that a few of the translations were roughly transliterated because their languages use different alphabets. I could not provide any Asian languages or Arabic because I cannot read or type their alphbets. Note the similarities between some of the words. Chances are some of them belong to the same language family. Similar or shared words between languages are called "cognates"