literally 'Paris is there'
Ø§ÙÙÙ ÙØ§ Ø±ØÙ
Ø§Ù Ù ÙØ§ Ø±ØÙÙ
Allah Ø§ÙÙÙ yaa ÙØ§ rahman Ø±ØÙ
Ø§Ù waÙ yaa ÙØ§ rahiim Ø±ØÙÙ
O Allah the (Most) Gracious and the most merciful
Il mesure 1m63 In other words, veeeeryyy short.
Je veux etre stupifie'pendant toute la journee
des organisations internationales
Love is a fire that goes out if it does not increase.
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'.
deep is 'profond, profonde' in French.
nimporte quel feraille du moteur peut faire l'affaire
Needs some punctuation. "Find the names of products which are provided on labels of empty bottles or on packaging carton. Cut out the names of the products and glue them in this box" (referring to printed box on some type of form or coupon).
Ok this sounds odd, but my french teacher said if you want to learn french, WATCH FRENCH TV, it will help with studying, also study french, but you can learn how to SPEAK well by watching the tv, good luck!
Forty-seven is "Quarante-sept" in French
it's spelled "vert(e)" and you pronounce it like "v" and "ear" put together. the "t" is silent.
"Sahn- tay" but make the "ay" short like the Spanish do
Un homme grenouille est un Plongeur Ã©quipÃ© d'un scaphandre.
J'aimerai faire quelque chose de nouveau. ExpÃ©rimenter des nouveaux affaires.
la cur duh la mare ... do re mi fa so LA ... ocCUR ... DUmb (same sound as the u in luck) ... do re mi fa so LA ... mare like a horse or rhymes with hair
I have a pain-free bump on the side of the head
Peut-ÃÂªtre means perhaps or could-be.
'Bastien' is a French first name. It has no meaning as a word.
Sweet dreams is : Fait des beaux rÃªves
je permets tu permets il permet nous permettons vous permettez ils permettent
Peyton is a name, not a word, so it's still Peyton.
il est trois heures trente
I'm walking in Paris: je marche dans Paris I like walking in Paris: j'aime marcher dans Paris (infinitive)
Des baies de l'arbre 'aÃ§ai' [ Euterpe oleracea ] de la forÃªt tropicale du BrÃ©sil , c'est ce que c'est 'Absolute aÃ§ai berry'.
I believe "nous se mond la" is French Caribbean creole for "we are the world"
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abrÃ©ger (en) = to abbreviate (to) une abrÃ©viation - abbreviation
abrasif (masc.), abrasive (fem.)
No. Prefix de-, root -press-, suffix -ion.
It means that a moderator, a person who makes sure the answer is real, needs to approve the answer before it is posted to the question. Its a big internet, get out there and you'll see that is a common auto-response to posting on a forum, wiki, or blog.
Le Lagon bleu (titre original the blue lagoon), avec Brooke Shields.
I don't know what you hear / understand
Hatred is not enough to forget him it is takes courage like you to be careful.?
the shipping price to France for that object with the others?
there are a number of ways: .
il fait gris .
le ciel est couvert .
le temps est couvert
'Voir' and 'savoir' both come from Latin but are not related. 'Voir' comes from the Latin verb ' videre ', via old french 'vedeir', then 'veoir', then 'voir'. Savoir comes from the popular Latin ' sapere , via the old French: 'sabir' (Strasbourg's Oath, 842), then 'saveir', then 'savoir'.
Mes deux meilleurs amis (or "meilleures amies", if they're both girls) s'appellent XXX et XXX.
quel est ton nom ? or simpler: comment t'appelles-tu ?
What is the Underground in London called? (answer - the Underground/the Tube)
How many times can you pass your driving test?
what is the height of the horses?
French seeped into the English language during the Norman Invasion/Norman Conquest of England in 1066. According to Wikipedia, "One of the most obvious changes [from the Norman Conquest] was the introduction of Anglo-Norman, a northern dialect of Old French, as the language of the ruling classes in...
The easiest one is simply "Zut!"
No, negritude is not a mental illness. It was a Franco-phone literary movement in French Colonial Africa and the French speaking West Indies that began in the 1930's, and rejected racist French cultural attitudes and celebrated negritude which, to be polite, we will translate as "Blackness." The...
extensive, intensive, hors-sol
Chauve is a French equivalent of 'cavell'. The French word may be used to describe a 'bald' female or male. It's pronounced 'shohv'. The word 'cavell' is of Anglo/Norman French use. It's a diminutive of the Norman French word 'cauf' for 'bald'.
"Bravo" is actually more common in French than in English.
T'ai les yeux beau. Literal translation is ' you have the eyes blue', but the adjective and noun are supposed to be in that order and 'the' is just how the say it. BUT if you said this to a french person it'd be weird because it's supposed to be pronounced with an accent.
French has two words for "know". If you want to know a person, it's je veux connaÃ®tre . If you want to know a thing (a fact, or how to do something), it's je veux savoir .
Often it's obvious, since it's a living thing and obviously male or female. For objects, you just have to learn the grammatical gender.
Does Emil Raal like to laugh?
'In the pool' in French is 'dans la piscine'.