How do you write je peux faire les courses in plural form?
nous pouvons faire les courses
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The statement 'Je vous aime [et] le bebe tres beaucoup' means I love you [and] the baby a very great deal . In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The personal pronoun 'vous' means 'you'. The verb 'aime' means '[I] love'. The conjunction 'et' means 'and'. The defini…te article 'le' means 'the'. The noun 'bebe' means 'baby'. The adverb 'tres' means 'very'. The adverb 'beaucoup' means 'a great deal'.. The statement 'Je ne peux pas attendre de vous voir demain' means I can't wait to see you tomorrow . In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The adverb 'ne...pas' means 'not'. The verb 'peux' means '[I] can'. The verb 'attendre de' means 'wait'. The personal pronoun 'vous' means 'you'. The verb 'voir' means 'to see'. The adverb 'demain' means 'tomorrow'. (MORE)
'Je ne peux pas' literally means 'I am not able to' but also translates to 'I can't' or 'I cannot'
The plural form of the noun bench is benches . The possessive form of the singular noun bench is bench's . The possessive form of the plural noun benches is benches' .
English translation please je pense avec toi un peu souvent tu peux mecrire quand tu as le temps jespere de te revoir mois prochain bye rest sympas comme tu es a plus tard?
I think of you quite a lot, can you write to me when you have the time. I hope to see you next month. Bye stay friendly as you are. See you later. ( bad spelling)
I'm kissing you strongly I can't ... The end of the sentence is missing in the question.
Je le manque : I miss him Je Le Aime .. is actually Je L'aime and Je L'aime means that your telling someone you like someone else like , not a breakup but if your talking about your girlfriend or boyfriend is you said :Je L'aime it would be saying you like th
'[est-ce que] je peux emprunter [tes] crayons' is '[may] I borrow [your] pens' in French.
Sorry if you don't understand this but my french certainly isn't good enough to translate. If you're using Windows and you've got the Windows CD, the simplest thing to do is to boot your PC from the CD. This will start the Windows installer and you'll be given the option to format your HDD -- Ha…rd Disk Drive. EDIT / traduction: si vous utilisez windows, le plus simple est de dÃ©marrer le PC avec le Cd dÃ©jÃ insÃ©rÃ©. Cela dÃ©marrera le programme d'installation de windows qui vous donnera l'option 'format your HDD' / 'formater votre disque dur'. (MORE)
" Je t'aime je veux le faire l'amour " means "I love you I want to make love" in English.
" I can go there " is an English equivalent of the French phrase Je peux y aller . Specifically, the personal pronoun je is "I". The verb peux means "(I) am able, can". The adverb y means "there". The present infinitive aller translates as "to go". The pronunciation will be "zhuh puh-zee …ah-ley" in French. (MORE)
This is a strange combination of English and broken French. je souhaite -- I wish je peux appeler -- I can call
I can't wait to see you, all my friends (this is English transposed into French - we wouldn't say this)
je ne peux pas *bavarder* (Use infinitive as you've already conjugated :) ) avec toi* - I cannot joke/trifle with you
I do french at school and that means: "I can not wait to see you"
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...
"You" is the plural form. The second person singular thou is archaic and virtually extinct in speech. . I'm talking to all of you when I say this, and I am very serious about these changes in policy. . I love each and every one of you. . You guys are hilarious, but seriously, where's my car ke…ys. (MORE)
"vous me manquez / tu me manques" means "I miss you" in French. The second part is "I can't wait to see you again".
"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 exactly with "que faire rÃ©pondez-moi svp?" "que faire" = "what to do" "RÃ©pondez-moi" = answer to me "Svp" = please… (MORE)
I think it means I want to do this/that/it with you. Depends on that "le" will mean.
Mon coeur Je ne peux pas attendre de voir que vous et est avec vous encore Je veux dépenser le reste de ma vie avec vous?
"sweetheart, I can't wait to see you, and be with you again, I want to spend the rest of my life with you" note that the original phrase isn't French but rather an English sentence translated by software
plus beau que je ne peux dire (this is the correct word order in the phrase) means 'more beautiful than I could tell in French.
(It isn't) working at the moment, but I'm going to listen (to it) the next time that I can (this isn't correct French).
What does J'adore danser C'est trés bien Je naime pas faire du sports aussi les maths Je mieux geometrie mean in english?
I love dancing is very good. i do not love sports. i am better in geometry in maths
je peux vous aider means may I help you, I can help you in French.
je peux vous aider means may I help you, I can help you in French.
'je peux avoir vingt euros' means 'I can / I may have twenty euros' in French.
cuisses de grenouille are frog legs; les escargots are snails. the whole reads (literally, gibberish included) : "frog legs and the snails I can take or to let"
The noun 'many' is an uncountable noun, it has no plural form. The noun 'many' is a word the majority of people, usually precededby the article 'the' (the many). The possessive form of the singular, uncountable noun is: the many's The word 'many' is also an adjective (many, more, most) and anindef…inite pronoun. (MORE)
'Je peux' is the present form for I can, I am able to, I may. This is the simplest and most useful form. 'Je puis' isn't used any more; it is an outdated writing of Je peux. Nowadays you should use 'je peux' and avoid 'je puis'.
That would be journeys , as in: Marco was famous for his many journeys .
This doesn't mean anything, it isn't correct French (most probably machine translated, grr grr...). I guess the (probably English) original was 'I can see you're busy working', and probably 'you're' was spelt 'your' :-( The sentence should then be, in PROPER French: 'Je vois que vous Ãªtes occupÃ…© Ã travailler' (if you're talking to a man) or 'Je vois que vous Ãªtes occupÃ©e Ã travailler' (if you're talking to a woman). (MORE)
Est-ce que je peux travailler en Suisse ? means " Can I work in Switzerland? "
The plural form of the noun giraffe is giraffes . example: A family of giraffes emerged from the trees.
Je ne peux pas attendre venir maison means "I can not wait to come home"
I think you mean "mes aliments The sentence would mean, "I can not keep up my alimony payments. "
The plural form of fair is fairs. You add an s on the end to make it plural.
"je ne peux pas passer un jour sans toi" = "I can't spend one day without you"
no No in the plural is spelled noes. Example is, The "noes" have it! Where a noun ends in a vowel, "o", the standard rule to make it plural is to add "es". This has been true since the 1600's. For example, You would spell "potatoes" not potato's to show the plural usage. (Please leave room to forgiv…e green-market folk). Numerical usage ending in "o" does seem to vary from the rule. It does beat the rule. But, my answer is that it does have strength through frequency of use. Numerical position, like the 1600's or 1900's has been widely accepted for many centuries. You may want to argue with that. Okay! I do not want to take the challenge nor the fun out of it for you. It's frequency and tenure does gives it strength. So, using the apostrophe is accepted when showing numerical position through wide acceptance through the years. Strong structure is good for the most part. We have short cutted so many things like u for you and omg for oh my god and 4 for four or for. Time-structure issues may need a small bit of fine tuning. In life, as often, fine-tuning may make things better. Sometimes the pendulum does not swing so widely. It swings gently in the middle. When you fine tune a car, you do not do so at 1500 rpm's. About 650 to 750 rpm's is much better. Racing enthusiasts, please. In the English language, yes, there are some hard structures. This is good. It shows that you are educated when you know to use them. And yes, using "es" in the plural use for no is one of these. Correct spelling for no in the plural is noes. It does not have an apostrophe. It is a good rule. Please apply it when using the plural of no. (MORE)
I can speak and write in French, also. Note: aussi = "too" as well as "also".
Je is the subject pronoun I , as in Je suis ( I am ) or Je mange ( I eat ). Les is the plural definite article the , as in les hommes ( the men ) or les chats ( the cats ).
For nouns ending with the letter -z, add -es to the end of the noun(common or proper) to form the plural: Sanchezes . Example: The Sanchezes are my neighbors.
The plural form for the noun wom an iswom en . Example: A group of women have organized afundraiser for the patient.
The noun radar does not have a plural form. Radar is an uncountable noun, a word for a system of detecting distant objects to determine their position, velocity, or other characteristics by analysis of very high frequency radio waves. Radar is an uncountable aggregate noun, a word representing an in…definite number of parts. The word radar began as an acronym for: RAdio Detecting And Ranging (MORE)
The plural of antenna is: . antenna e , if you're referring to the appendages of an insect; . antenna s , if you're referring to aerials for picking up radio/tv signals.
It's poor grammar, Dumb traduction would be : "Can I lick the pussy" ?. "Chatte" is the female of cat. It also refer to women's genitals..
A plural noun is a word for two or more people, places, or things.Here are some rules to make singular nouns into plural nouns: . To make most nouns plural, add an s or es to the end of theword. These are called regular plurals (or regular nouns). Example:the plural of neighbor is neighbors, the p…lural of flower isflowers. . Nouns that form their plural in some other way are calledirregular plural (or irregular nouns). Example: the plural of childis children, the plural of foot is feet. . Nouns ending in s, z, ch, sh, or x, add es to the end of theword to make it plural. The plural of dish is dishes. . Some nouns ending with o are pluralized by adding and es to theend of the word. The plural of tomato is tomatoes. . Most nouns ending with o are pluralized by adding s to the endof the word. The plural of photo is photos. . When a noun ends in a y, change the y at the end of the word toan ies. The plural of berry is berries. . Some nouns ending with y, preceded by a vowel, are pluralizedby just adding s to the end of the word. The plural of day isdays. . Nouns ending with f or fe, change to f or the fe to ves to formthe plural. The plural of life is lives. . Nouns ending with ff are usually pluralized by just adding an sto the end of the word. The plural of cuff is cuffs. . Some nouns change the vowel sound to become plural. The pluralof man is men, the plural of tooth is teeth. . Some Old English plurals are still in use. The plural of childis children, the plural of ox is oxen. . Some nouns that end with is, the ending is changed to es toform the plural. The plural of crisis is crises. . Some nouns that end with um, the um is replaced with an a. Theplural for datum is data, the plural for medium is media. . Some nouns that end with on, the on is replaced with an a. Theplural of phenomenon is phenomena. . Some nouns that end is a, change the a at the end of the wordto ae. The plural of larva is larvae. . Some nouns that end in ex or ix, the plural is formed bychanging the x to ces. The plural of index is indeces, the pluralof matrix is matrices. . Some nouns that end in us, the plural is formed by changing theus to i. The plural of cactus is cacti, the plural of radius isradii. . Nouns ending in eau, the plural is formed by adding x to theend of the word. The plural of bureau is bureaux. . There are any number of other variations such as the plural oftempo is tempi; the plural of cherub is cherubim; the plural ofperson is people. But language evolves over time or we would stillbe speaking like Shakespeare. Even as I type these rules, some areofficially amended. For example, the plural forms indeces andindexes are both being accepted as correct plurals for index andthe plural forms bureaux and bureaus are both being accepted ascorrect plurals for bureau, as are many other irregular pluralsbeing found in standard dictionaries with modernized pluraloptions. . (MORE)
The plural form of the noun porch is porches. The plural possessive form is porches' .
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"I can't say anything..." is an English equivalent of the incomplete French phrase Je ne peux rien dire ... . The declarative statement also translates as "I can say nothing" in English. The pronunciation will be "zuhn puh rya deer" in French.