"quel est votre nom ?"
or "Comment vous appelez-vous ?"
"Comment t'appelles-tu ?" or "comment vous appelez-vous ?" are the questions to ask someone their name.
Un décafféiné. You can ask for "un déca" :0))
no need to ask just go on tranlations
Qu'est-ce qu'est ton nom?
qu'est ce le nom d'ecole?
In French, to ask What is her name? you say: Elle s'appelle comment? To reply, you say: Elle s'appelle ________. Simply meaning, her name is _______.
What's your sister name? is "comment s'appelle ta soeur / quel est le nom de ta soeur ?" in French.
to ask is 'demander' in French.
Tu t'appelles comment? or Comment tu t'appelles?
ask for 'les toilettes' or 'les WC' (pronounced 'lay-vay-say' or 'lay-doobl-vay-say'). Do not ask 'to wash your hands' as French would take it literally.
quel est ton nom ? or simpler: comment t'appelles-tu ?
One way is to say 'Je veux' followed by the name of the object.
"Réservation" when you ask for the restaurant to have a table in your name. "réserve" for the Indian reservation
Quel est votre nom de chiens ?
Comment vous appelez-vous?
Quel est ton nom ? (What's your name?) Comment t'appelles-tu? (Same thing as above)
Ce qui est le nom de votre mére?
When you want to ask about someone's health in French you would say Comment allez-vous.
It's French for "do you like your name". Bit of a strange thing to ask, but there you go.
Pouvez-vous épeler votre nom pour moi s'il vous plaît?
what is this is tranlated in French as "qu'est-ce c'est ?"
In English it means the Martin.
Avez-vous jouer au football? That's how you ask "Do you play football" in french.
No, it isn't a French name.
May I please have a french manicure. If they don't understand then ask for a natural color polish with white tips.
that's almost an insult to french food to ask that! "what are the similarities?" would be better to ask...
parlez-vous français ? means "do you speak french?"
take a french class or write it down in french or kiss her or he
why dont u ask a french person!
This question doesn't make sense. "in french" means as expressed in the French language. You could ask "Is Applebees a French restaurant?" - meaning "Does Applebees serve French cuisine. Or you could ask "Is French spoken at Applebees." But the question above isn't correctly formed.
Nancy is a French name.
No, this isn't a French name.
yes it is a french name.
Madagascar is the French name of it.
I'm pretty sure apivore is french, and i'm not french. So, all I could say is, if you know anyone that's french, you should ask them, or ask a polyglot specialist.
There is no French name, they call her by the same name; Venus.
Yes, it is a French variant of the name Monica.
To ask: "Do you speak French?" : Parlez-vous français? To say : "I do not speak French," : Je ne parle pas français. To say : "I speak French," : Je parle français. To literally say : "You do not speak French?" would be "Vous ne parlez pas français?"
Baguette is a French name for a breadstick. As the baguette is French, that's pretty fair it has a French name.
yes chloe is a french name !!!
yes, Louisiana is a french name.
Hugo is the name of a boy in french.
It's not a French name
"la baguette" is the French name
le Cameroun is the French name
it's not a French name
yes michelle is a french name
The French name of Cairo is caire.
It's not a French name.