What would you like to do?
Je vois tout?
I see love.
I love you with all of my heart.
I love you with all my heart is an English equivalent of 'Je vous aime avec tout mon coeur'. The subject pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The personal pronoun 'vous' means 'you'. The v…erb 'aime' means '[I] am loving, do love, love'. The preposition 'avec' means 'with'. The masculine adjective 'tout' means 'all, entire, whole'. The masculine possessive 'mon' means 'my'. The masculine noun 'coeur' means 'heart'. All together, they're pronounced 'zhuh voo-zeh-mah-vehk too moh kuhr'.
"I love it/him/her more than everything in the world."
The question phrases it a little oddly. The French should be: "Je vois tout et tout est vu par moi dans l'universe." Translation as given: "I see all and all to see by me in… the universe." Translation of the correct phrase: "I see all and all is seen by me in the universe."
"Je vois tout", in French, literally means "I see everything" or "I see all". The phrase gained interest when the movie "Flyboys" came out on DVD. The movie is about the Ame…rican pilots that fought for France during the early days of World War I. One of the characters in the film had "Je Vois Tout" painted on the side of his bi-wing fighter. These same words are later painted on the side of the leading characters plane. The French is above and forward of a bald eagle's head. The Eagle is stylized to appear to be seeking prey to the front. Below/behind the head is added: "A snake deserves no pity"
The English translaton of 'Je vois tout' is I see all , or I see everything . In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The verb 'vois' means '[I…] see'. And the noun 'tout' means 'all, everything'.
If you're asking for an English translation: "Goodnight I see you in my dreams." (Or, more like, "I'll see you in my dreams.")
I see that you can speak French too (> you can speak not only your native language, but also French) I see that you too can speak French (> you are at least the second Frenc…h-speaking person)
It would be something like 'Juh vwah too'
literally "I you everything"..if from the movie Flyboy's, it is spelled Je Vois tout - I see everything
The sentence 'Je t'aime. C'est tout' means I love you. That's [what it's] all [about]. In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The personal p…ronoun 'te' means 'you'. The verb 'aime' means '[he/she/it] loves'. The demonstrative pronoun 'ce' means 'this'. The verb 'est' means '[he/she/it] is'. And the noun 'tout' means 'all, everything'.. The word 'ce' drops the letter 'e' in front of a word that begins with a non-aspirated vowel.
I don't like it one bit
I love you with all that I am
The phrase 'tout ce que je veux' means All [or everything] that I want. In the word-by-word translation, the noun 'tout' means 'all, everything'. The conjunction 'ce que' mean…s 'what'. The personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. And the verb 'veux' means '[I] want, wish'. tout ce que je veux means 'all that I want' in English.
shje voo zem de (the e sound is the sound you make when someone hits you hard in the stomache) toot mo(n) (o as in forward) kerr.