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 garçon le chien le français la française 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