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The statement 'Je suis francais' means I'm French . In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The verb 'suis' means '[I] am'. And the adjective/no…un 'francais' means 'French'.
It means: I am
Of one's own right. Ius (iuris in the genitive singular) means "right," as in "legal right." Sui is the genitive singular form of the third person reflexive adjective suus (…one's own).
Je suis bien means "I am fine" or "I am well" in French. Je suis bien means I am well.
Sui in Chinese means age, as in'What is your age?'
I am, (I) understand
It should be je suis heureux, which means I am happy.
I am lost.
I am in accord; I agree.
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'Yasui' means "cheap, inexpensive."
It's spelled Je suis and it means "I am"
Je suis vraiment excitée means "I am really excited"
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