What does l'mean in french?
the '' l' '' means the but '' le '' and '' la '' do aswell
What's this? = Qu'est-ce que c'est? (pronounce kes-ke say)
Nous (say like nu)
J'y sera Ã
OÃ¹ elle est ?
It is " Quand"
Peut tu avoir ceci en franÃ§ais.
" you can" is " vous pouvez" in the polite or plural form or " tu peux " if it's one person that you know well
I am with her: je suis avec elle you are with her : tu es avec elle
Informal ( as if talking to one of your friends) - tu es Formal (as if talking to a stranger or authority figure) - vous sont
"You will" what ? Whatever verb (action) you "will" do must be conjugated in the future tense accordingly... For example: You will speak = Tu parler as / Vous parler ez…
" Je le ferai pour toi " or " Pour toi je le ferai " may be French equivalents of "For you I will (do it)." The subject pronoun " je " means "I." The direct object pronoun " …le " means "it." The verb " ferai " means "(I) will do, make" as the future tense of the infinitive " faire " in the first person singular. The preposition " pour " means "for." The personal pronoun " toi " means '(informal) you." All together, the pronunciation is "zhuh luh freh poor twah."
"You are from" --> "Vous Ãªtes de" (formal) "Tu es de" (informal)