What would you like to do?
The sentence 'Quel est le secret de Sven' asks What is Sven's secret ? In the word-by-word translation, the interrogative pronoun 'quel' means 'what, which'. The verb 'est' m…eans '[he/she/it] is'. The definite article 'le' means 'the'. The noun 'secret' means 'secret'. And the preposition 'de' means 'from, of'.
Possible translations: "I have grey eyes and long lanky red-hair." or "I am a grey-eyed, long and lanky red-haired girl."
"what a pleasure to see you!"
i have black eyes, and brown, curly hair. "Noir" is black. You're saying "black" hair not brown
"and the eyes"... I suppose it's part of a discussion where the other person is asking you the color of your eyes or something...
Blanc et rouge
What color is your heart?
In English "Voici les yeux et le nez" means "Here are the eyes and nose." "Voici les yeux et le nez" is in French.
If you want me to translate that sentence, the correct translation would be "What is the color of my hair?" You pronounce that sentence like this: "Kell ay lah coo-lur deuh ma…y shuh-vuh?" Si vous parlez francais, et vous voulez la traduction de cette phrase en anglais, c'est "What is the color of my hair?"
"What color is the backpack"
description of your hair
I want to hold you and to look into your eyes
I miss you this weekend
tu as les yeux de quelle couleur means 'what colour are your eyes?' in French.
It means, " How dare you fart in my cooler."
This means "I have eyes and hair which are red and medium-length" its not a very grammatically correct sentence...
My brother has light brown eyes, blond and curly hair