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How do you spell peach in french?
In French, to ask 'how do I spell it?' you say: Comment ça s'écrit? To answer, you can simply: a) give them the spelling of the word or b) say: C'est s'écrit ... … Literally meaning 'It is Spelled...'
pêche, she's wearing a peach coloured sweater, elle porte un chandail pêche OR elle porte un chandail de couleur pêche
As in - yes, yes? It would be spelled - Oui, oui!
When you want to say "his" in French, you say either "son" or "sa". If you want to construct your sentence correctly, you must keep in mind that in French the possessiv…e pronoun doesn't tell you the gender of the person who owns the object, but the gender of the object itself. In English, when you read the sentence: "It is her apple," you know that the apple belongs to a female. when you read the sentence: "It is his apple," you know that the apple belongs to a male. It doesn't work this way in French. In French, when you see the sentence: "C'est sa pomme," you don't know whether the apple belongs to a female or a male person, but you know that the apple is gendered female. When you read: "C'est son melon," you don't know whether the melon belongs to a female or a male person, but you know that the melon is gendered male. Things get tricky when it comes to nouns beginning with vowels, because we always use the posessive pronoun "son" for these words, regardless of their genders. So although an orange is gendered feminine in French, you would still write: "C'est son orange."
I = Je Me = Moi Myself = moi-même Moi
a : elle a > she has ; il a > he has
comment allez vous (formal and/or addressing several persons) comment vas-tu (informal and for just one person)
Oui=yes Oui oui=yes yes (can be used as yeah yeah, more common than in English)
to (as in he goes to school) = à (il VA à l'école) two = deux too (I love you too) = aussi (moi aussi je t'aime)
There are three ways of saying my in french: 1.Ma-female 2.Mon-male 3.Mes-plural masculine for my is mon and feminine for my is ma
Non is the word for no in French. If you're trying to say "we have no _____" then the word is ne pas aucun. Example: We don't have no apples."Nous n'avons pas aucune pomme…."
Actually it's the same word in french. So in french it's also bistro, you can also write with a t at the end "bistrot".