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belle in the feminine and beau in the masculine
Votre beauté (formal) Ta beauté (familiar)
with 'tu' (you singular and informal): tu es beau (to a man), tu es belle (to a woman) - with 'vous' (you plural or formal): vous êtes beau(x), vous êtes belle(s)
To a woman - que vous êtes belle!
Vous etes belle. (formal) Tu es belle. (informal)
If you are speaking to a man then it would be: You are beautiful (to a stranger) - Vous êtes beau You are beautiful (to a friend) - Tu es beau If you are speaking… to a woman then it would be: You are beautiful (to a stranger) - Vous êtes belle You are beautiful (to a friend) - Tu es belle If you want to emphasise it then you can also use the word très (very) before the words belle and beau.
Ma belle is a French equivalent of 'My beautiful'. The feminine possessive 'ma' means 'my'. The feminine adjective 'belle' used as a noun means 'beautiful'. All together,… it's pronounced 'mah behl'. But if the 'beautiful' or 'handsome' one is male, then the phrase becomes 'mon beau' . It's pronounced 'moh boh'.
for a man: vous etes beaus (pronounced: vooz et bo) for a woman: vous etes belles (pronounced: " " bell)
Does what you mean is "How to say beautiful in French?" Beau is beautiful. Magnon is cute. I'm learning French. :D
The 1946 Belle et la Bete was of French origin.
La vie est belle, les gens sont beaux
literally: votre français est beau; in regular French: vous parlez bien français.
The expression meaning that a person's beauty comes from their actions as opposed to their physical traits does not exist using those words in french. "Le beauté est comme le… beauté fait" means nothing.