What would you like to do?
What is the French translation for without?
Bonjour , or less formally , Salut.
'Je ne parle pas francais.'
"Merci, mon amour."
Ouais (pronounced way, this is the most common) Oui (formal not usually heard)
Bouche in French meanis "mouth" in English.
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.
'une andouille' is a kind of sausage made out of parts of pork's stomach and cleaned bowels, no very popular these days but still sought after by the connoisseurs. Some tradit…ional regional recipes such as the "andouille de Vire" or the "andouille de Guéméné" fetch upwards of $15-20 per pound. In Cajun cuisine, the "andouille" is a smoked pork meat sausage traditionally used in gumbos, jambalya, and red beans and rice recipes. It is more like a standard sausage than the offal-based French andouille. It is also a common expression (often half jokingly) about someone who failed to complete a simple or obvious task.
"Have fun!" in English is Amusez-vous! in French.
J'aimerais savoir parler le français.
"Congratulations!" in English is Félicitations! in French.
health but also as expression 'cheers'
Bite in French slang means "dick" in English.
no, its a different dialect, some of the words are different, and the accent is very different. it's basically like two different languages that are very similiar. people who …speak french can kind of understand the basic meaning of something in cajun, vice versa.
"God" in English is Dieu in French.
"Funfair" in English is fête foraine in Italian.
"I am French!" in Engilsh is Je suis francais! in French.