What would you like to do?
What is the French 'peut être' in English?
[It] can be frozen is an English equivalent of 'peut être congelé'. The verb 'peut' means '[he/she/it] can or is able'. The infinitive 'être' means 'to be'. The mascu…line adjective 'congelé' means 'frozen'. All together, they're pronounced 'puh-tehtr koh-jeh-leh'.
3 (female) friends
most of the time très mal
This is french for very good
literally: save who could Idiomatic English 'run for your life! ' or 'every man for himself !'
Maybe or Perhaps may be English equivalents of 'peut-être'. The adverb combines the verb 'peut' ['he/she/it can or is able to'] and the infinitive 'être' ['to be']. I…t's pronounced 'puh-tehtr'.
Her as an object of a preposition other than à would be elle. As a possessive pronoun, it would be son if followed by a masculine noun or a feminine noun that begins with a v…owel or a mute h, sa if followed by a feminine noun that does not begin with a vowel or a mute h, or ses if followed by a plural noun. As a direct object, it would be la (l' before a vowel or a mute h) and as an indirect object ("to her") it would be lui. However, in French all direct and indirect object pronouns are placed before the verb.
Peut-Ãªtre means perhaps or could-be.
"à bientôt peut-être" means "see you soon, maybe".
The word francais (in french) means french (in english).
In French, English is translated as "anglais(for boys) & anglaise(for girls)".
The verb 'peut' means [he/she/it] can . As with English speakers, French speakers tend to have subjects with their verbs. In this example, the verb is in the third person sin…gular of the present indicative tense. So the appropriate pronoun is 'he, she, or it'.
It means Hope to see you very soon
"I am French!" in Engilsh is Je suis francais! in French.