Quand je vais avoir un boyfriend?
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I think I'll go to play a wee bit at the 'Weekly'
The word 'je' is a personal pronoun. Its equivalent in English is I . The word 'avoir' is the infinitive form of the verb. Its equivalent in English is to have . The phrase …'j'ai' is the French equivalent of the English 'I have'.
I am going to buy an orange.
When I die
When I go into town/city
When must elections take place?
I'm going to go get some coffee, you're invited.
I'm going for a walk.
Est-ce que je pourrais avoir une pomme de terre s'il vous plaÃ®t? -- Could I have a potato please?
I think this is frowned upon a little? But I guess it could happen? o.o
Je vais manger un sandwich - I am going to eat a sandwich
when I'll see you
This is text language reading 'I can't, I have a date (or an appointment) and I have to have (something) with me.
je vais acheter une voiture is 'I'm going to buy a car' in English.
No. Reflexive verbs have pretty much the same pattern in French as they have in English. Where you are using 'myself / yourself / himself-herself-itself' etc... the French als…o add a pronoun, before the verb: 'me / te / se ....' Ex: I shave myself is 'je me rase'.
I will spend one week in Paris.
Jze vay voo shawn-tay oon shan-so.