How do you write je peux faire les courses in plural form?
nous pouvons faire les courses
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" Je t'aime je veux le faire l'amour " means "I love you I want to make love" in English.
"I can" I can *Because I can*.
I can make love to you all night long
I can't do this (any) more.
I love you, but I can not tell you.
as soon as I can, I'll do it
I can't wait to meet him.
I can't go back anymore
well it doesn't actually mean anything...'je fais les courses avec mes soeurs' means 'I do the shopping with my sisters'... possibly not exactly, but that's the rough meaning.…..
I can not cope with this or I can not deal with this.
"Je ne peux plus acceder comme avant a ma boite de rÃ©ception hotmail.." is approximately "I can't access to my hotmail inbox anymore." but I'm not sure what you meant ex…actly with "que faire rÃ©pondez-moi svp?" "que faire" = "what to do" "RÃ©pondez-moi" = answer to me "Svp" = please
I think it means I want to do this/that/it with you. Depends on that "le" will mean.
tu peux aller faire les .... you can go (do something)
"I can come" (refers indifferently to male or female sexual pleasure)
In Plural Nouns
"Courses" is the plural form; the singular form is "course".
"I can swim with the best among them"