What is your answer in French to 'On y va'?
Allons-y is a response to 'On y va?' The imperative 'allons' means '[we] go'. The adverb 'y' means 'there'. The subject pronoun 'on' means 'one, they, we'. The verb 'va' means '[he/she/it/one] does go, goes, is going'. The phrases respectively are pronounced 'ah-loh-zee' and 'oh-nee-vah'.
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" Look at Christopher and go away reassured " is anEnglish equivalent of the French phrase Regarde Christophe etva-t'en rassuré . Specifically, the present imperative regarde is "(informalsingular you) gaze, look at, regard." The masculine proper noun Christophe means "Christopher" in general …and St.Christopher (died about A.D. 250) in particular in this context.The conjunction et means "and." The present imperative va-t'en means literally "(informal singular you) go away,go off, leave" from the combination of the verb va ("go"),the reflexive pronoun te * ("[informal singular] you"), andthe adverb en ("[from] there"). The masculine adjective/pastparticiple rassuré translates as "reassured." The pronunciation will be "ruh-gard kree-stof ey va-tawra-syoo-rey" in French. *The vowel drops -- and is replaced by an apostrophe -- before anensuing word whose spelling begins with a vowel. (MORE)
Answer . The French for va va voom is. va va voom it is already French!!!!!!
The VA normally refers to the Veterans' Administration, a branch of the Federal Government that looks after the benefits and services for Veterans of the US Armed Forces..
The meaning of the Spanish phrase 'y como te va' can be translatedas 'how is it going with you.' It has the same meaning as if aperson were to ask you 'como estas', which means 'how are you'.
Ãa va? in French, often misspelled as Sa va? on theinternet, is "How are you?" in English.
Not many words begin with Y in French. Here are a few common ones that I can think of: yaourt yeux y youpi yak There probably aren't that many more unless you start getting into more obscure words.
What is the English translation of the French phrase 'Tout s'en va tout passe l'eau coule et le coeur oublie'?
" Everyone moves on, everything passes by, water flows, and the heart forgets " is an English equivalent of the French phrase Tout s'en va, tout passe, l'eau coule, et le coeur oublie . Specifically, the masculine pronoun tout is "everybody, everyone, everything". The reflexive pronoun se * …means "her/him/it/one-self". The partitive pronoun en literally means "of it". The verb va means "(he/it/one/she) does go, goes, is going". The verb passe means "(he/it/one/she) does happen/pass, happens/passes, is happening/passing". The feminine singular definite article la ** and the masculine le mean "the". The feminine noun eau means "water". The conjunction et means "and". The masculine noun coeur means "heart". The verb oublie translates as "(he/it/one/she) does forget, forgets, is forgetting". The pronunciation will be "too saw vah too pahss loh kool ey luh kuhr oo-blee" in French. *The vowel e drops -- and is replaced by an apostrophe -- before a verb which begins with a vowel. **The vowel a drops -- and is replaced by an apostrophe -- before a noun which begins with a vowel. (MORE)
As a question, i.e. "Ãa va?", it means "How are you?" As an answer, i.e. "Ãa va!", it means "I'm OK" or "Fine, thanks". You can also say "Ãa va bien, merci" which means "I'm very good, thanks". Or "Ãa va mal" which means "Not very good".
there are practically none... yougoslave is one, I suppose (meaning Yugoslavian). Exhaustive list : . Yankee Yiddish (The same in English) Youppin (racist word for the Jewish people, not a nice word at all) YÃ©mÃ©nite (From Yemen) Yougoslave YttrifÃ¨re (made up with Yttrium) …Yttrique (from Yttrium). That's all according to the Larousse dictionnary, I can say I've read the whole letter Y in the dictionnary ;0))) . NB : Yttrium is a chemical element, it is a metal : Atomic Number 39. :0)) (MORE)
"comment Ã§a va ?" = how d'you do? (prononced coma sava) "s'il te plait". = please (pronounced sill ta play) "Oui" - Yes . (pronounced wii) "comment tu t'appelle?" = whats your name? (pronounced coma tu tapell ) " je m'appelle -insert name here- " = my name is -insert name here-(pronounced ja ma p…ell) (MORE)
Comment sa va is already in french. And it means 'how are you' in English. . and actually it's spelt comment Ã§a va . and if someone say "Ã§a va ?" then it means 'how's everything'
The question 'Ã§a va?' is a shortened form of 'Cela va?' Either way, the question means How are things ? How's it going ? Both questions particularly are asked of family and friends. And the same may be said even more so of 'Ã§a va?' Ã§a va means 'how are you?' or 'I'm fine' in French. Depen…ds on whether this is the question or the answer. (MORE)
Ma chÃ©rie, Ã§a va trÃ¨s bien! in French means "My dear,everything is fine!" in English.
"Bonjour, Ã§a va ?" is often replied with: "- trÃ©s bien, merci, et vous ?" (very well, thanks, how about you?) "- comme ci, comme Ã§a" (so and so) "- j'ai Ã©tÃ© malade mais je vais beaucoup mieux" (I was sick but I'mgoing better)
\ny is most often used to replace "there" (constructions with the preposition Ã + place).\nSuch as:\nL'Ã©cole n'est pas loin. J'y arriverai en dix minutes. \nThe school isn't far. I will arrive there in 10 minutes.\n. \nI've attached a link with a more comprehensive explanation, although knowi…ng y replaces "there" is almost everything you'll ever need to know about it. (MORE)
"What are we going to do?" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Qu'est-ce qu'on va faire? The question translates literally as "What is this that one is going to do?" in English. The pronunciation will be "keh-sko va fer" in French.
Y - Replaces a phrase beginning with a or a preposition of place Je vais au parc. I'm going to the parc J'y vais - I'm going there. En - Some, any, of it - Replaces a phrase that begins with a form of de(de, de la, du, des) Nous achetons des bananas - We're buying some bananas. Nous en achet…ons - We're buying some. But there is also a case when y can replace a thing. If you are saying something with a verb that uses Ã after it, for example the verb " penser Ã " and want to use a pronoun you would have to use y EXAMPLE:::: Je pense Ã ma voiture. I think/ am thinking of my car. You would change it to: J'y pense. (I am thinking of it) BUT IN THIS CASE YOU ONLYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY replace nouns that ARE NOT people!!!!! :) hope that helps! (MORE)
Comment vas-tu aprÃ¨s tout ce temps? in French is "How areyou after all this time?" in English.
Ca Va means how are you doing in french, you can answer (i wrote these like there spelled): . Pa Mal, meaning you not bad . Com se com sa, meaning so, so . bein, meaning your good . tres bein, meaning your very good . those are the most common ways to respond, and usually people say merci (than…ks) after they respond. . Hope this helps! (MORE)
"Things are going very badly!" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Ãa va trÃ¨s mal! The declarative statement translates literally into English as "That goes very badly!" The pronunciation will be "sa va treh mal" in French.
Dos andares tiene el dinero; viene despacio y se va ligero. Money has two paces; it comes slowly and it's gone quickly. This is an example of the many Spanish 'refranes' that festoon Spanish conversation.
Comment vas-tu? in French means "How are you?" in English. Comment vas-tu? in French is "How are you?" in English.
sort of like ee-grex as far as i remember just go on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_alphabet it has the pronunctiation there
shall we go in slow speed or not darling shall we do it in slow speed or not darling it is difficult to translate things completely out of context sometimes...
Ãa va aujourd'hui, vous deux? in French is "Do you feel oktoday, you two?" in English.
Ca va bien is one answer to 'Ca va'. It means 'Things are going well' , and is pronounced 'sah vah byehn'. The demonstrative 'ca' means 'that, it'. The verb 'va' means '[he/she/it] does go, goes, is going'. The adverb 'bien' means 'well'. Ca va mal is another answer. It means 'Things are… going badly' , and is pronounced 'sah vah mahl'. The adverb 'mal' means 'badly, poorly'. Ca ne va pas de tout is still another answer. It means 'Things aren't going at all' , and is pronounced 'sah nuh vah pah duh too'. The preposition 'de' means 'of'. The masculine adjective/noun 'tout' means 'all, everything'. (MORE)
It's a pronoun that can replace a place in a sentence: Are you going to Paris ? Yes, I'm going there ! Vas-tu Ã Paris ? Oui, j'y vais It can also replace a complement of a verb introduce by Ã and describing a thing (not a person) Are you thinking about his victory ? Yes, It'm thin…king about it Penses-tu Ã sa victoire ? Oui, j'y pense As penser introduces his complement with Ã (MORE)
"What day are we going to hold an evening party, my love?" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Quel jour on va faire une bonne soirÃ©e, mon amour? The question translates literally as "What day one is going to do (host, make) one good evening (event), my love?" in English. The pronunci…ation will be "kel zhoor o va feh-ryoon buhn swa-rey mo-na-moor" in French. (MORE)
In the sentence "Comon va tu?" or in English "How are you?" the word va means are.
How is it going is an English equivalent of 'Come va'. The adverb 'come' means 'how'. The verb 'va' means '[it] does go, goes, is going'. Together, they're pronounced 'KOH-meh vah'.
Qu'est-ce que tu vas chercher? in French means "What are yougoing to look for?" in English.
'comment Ã§a va' is a common form for 'how are you' or 'how do you do' in French. It is widely used and regarded as rather informal but appropriate to most situations.
comienza alas 5:30 tiempo pacifico en la manana ellos son ocho horas adelantadas de nosotros....pero recordamos q' el mero juego nunca comineza cuando ellos dicen... comcast dice q' comienzara el juego alas 6:30 tiempo de pacifico
"You're going to kill me with your kisses, my love!" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase Tu vas me tuer avec tes bises, mon amour! The pronunciation will be "tyoo va muh tyoo-ey a-vek tey beez mo-na-moor" in French.
What is the french expression for 'who knows' as in 'it is impossible to know or be sure' there is the expression 'va savoir' but what does it mean and how is it generally used?
'who knows?' is best translated by 'qui sait ?' in French. 'va savoir' is more affirmative, it is a statement that no answer can be found. 'va savoir' is a bit outdated, informal and used in spoken French, while 'qui sait' is more formal, and used in both speech and writing.
Ca vas doesn't mean anything...but cae vas means 'going down' and cau vas means 'cause you'.
It literally means "It's going to be all black/dark". In the film RRRrrrr, every day when the sun goes down, one of the cavemen shouts across all the camp : "Ãa va Ãªtre tout noir !" (It's going to be dark !). The other cavemen always answer "Ta gueule !" (Shut up !). This quote has become… quite famous in Francophone countries. (MORE)
"Go again!" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase Va encore! The pronunciation of the present imperative in the second person informal singular will be "va kore" in northerly French and "va aw-kor" in southerly French.
"We go there to learn" is an English equivalent of the French phrase On y va pour apprendre . The pronunciation of the declarative statement in the third person impersonal singular -- which translates literally as "One goes there in order to learn" -- will be "o-nee va poo-ra-prawnd" in northerly F…rench and "o-nee va poo-rapraw-druh" in southerly French. (MORE)
ca va means how are you comme ci comme ca means "so so" or "im okay"
well, " esta" is very different from " estÃ¡ ". IT must be: " Te levantas, vas a la cocina y estÃ¡ tu madre " ---- you get up, go to the kitchen, and you mother is there.
"On y va" literally means "One goes there", but usually is inferredto mean "Let's go". The normal understanding would be: "Let's go to take a train."However, it literally means "One goes there to take a train."(Which may make perfect sense in context.)
"Y" is not a common French letter, most of these words have a foreign origin: yack yang yard yacht yacht-club yankee yaourt yaourtiÃ¨re yatagan yearling yÃ©mÃ©nite yen yeuse yeux yÃ©ti yÃ©-yÃ© yÃ¨ble yiddish yin ylang-ylang yoga yogi yogho…urt yogourt yohimbehe yole yonnais yougoslave yourte youyou yo-yo ypÃ©rite yponomeute yprÃ©au ysopet ytterbium yttria yttrifÃ¨re yttrium yttrique yucca (MORE)
Comment ca va? means How are you? . If you are feeling good, you would answer with Ca va bien . If you are feeling bad, you would answer with Ca va mal . If you are feeling in-between, you would answer with Comme ci comme Ã§a .
If you mean as a general question..... ca va bien [sah vah bee-en] if it is good ca va mal [sah vah mal] if it is not good If you mean as in a cultural study, the answer would take too long to write here. : )
The cast of Vas-y maman - 1978 includes: Papinou Jacqueline Adry Anne Alexandre Laurence Badie as Lucie Frank Baugin Jacques Bouanich Myriam Boyer as Alice Claude Brovelli Nicole Calfan as Karin Robert Castel as Le plombier Jacques Chailleux Richard Constantini as Julien Georges de Caunes Fabienne D…el Rez Michel Delahaye as Le comptable Pierre Devilder Michel Elias Arlette Emmery as Minouche Henri Garcin as Vincent Annie Girardot as Annie Larcher Roland Giraud as Le psychanalyste Bruno Guillain as Marc Dominique Lavanant as La voisine Lisa Livane Guy Marchand as Le journaliste Nathalie Mazeas Pierre Mondy as Jean-Pierre Larcher Catherine Ohotnikoff Mireille Pame Yves Pignot Sylvie Pinel Percival Russel as Le mari au bouquet de fleurs Jean Solar Bernard Sury Vanessa Vaylord Marthe Villalonga (MORE)
va is a form of the verb "aller", meaning to go. Il va, elle va: he goes, she goes.
Je vais bien ("I'm doing fine") and Je ne vais pas bien ("I'm doing not well") are just two possible answers to the French question Comment vas-tu? * The respective pronunciations will be "zhuh veh bya" and "zhuhn veh pa bya" in regard to the answers and "kuh-maw veh-tyoo" in terms of the quest…ion. *"How are you?" (MORE)
"On y va pour regarder un film" translates to "Let's go to watch amovie". Normally pour means for but when pour is used to indicate an objective, it translates to to.
Qu'est-ce que tu vas faire? in French is "What are you goingto do?" in English.