What would you like to do?
is = est e.g. he is = il est
peaches = duraznos
it's the same colour whatever the language, sometimes they have different words for it though. Peach, pronounced PE-ACH
That is the correct spelling of the plural noun "peaches" (fuzzy fruit with a large pit, or seed).
un gâteau à la pêche Sorry gateau is a cake The correct answer is Tarte aux Peches
In French, there are a few ways of saying the word 'the' as every noun is either masculine or feminine. Le is the masculine form of 'the'. La is the feminine … form of 'the'. Les is the plural form. Here are some examples of masculine and feminine terms at work: le garÃ§on le chien le franÃ§ais la franÃ§aise la France la fille la femme A plural, for example, could be: les enfants les chats les chiens
You can't just say "I do" in french. You have to explain what you do or whatever you are talking about. However Je fais...is I do, but you would say it as "Je fais l'excercise…" I do excercise or "Je fais mon devoir" I do my homework. It really just depends. Faire: to do/to make.
jus de pêche
pêche, she's wearing a peach coloured sweater, elle porte un chandail pêche OR elle porte un chandail de couleur pêche