Italian is spelled italien in French.
Spanish: Manzana French: Pomme Italian: Mela
Italien (masculine); and I think its Italienne in feminine. The French word for "Italian" is "Italien."
It's not a French name, it's Italian.
To say the word lamb in Italian you say agnello. The word lamb in Spanish is cordero and in French it is agneau.
the Italian cheese Parmigiana is spelled "parmesan" in French.
In Italy we don't eat french toasts, so we don't have a word for it. Some Italian recipebooks refer to it as "French Toast".
To say the word enthusiastic in French you say the word enthousiaste. In the Italian language this word is said as entusiasta.
The Italian word 'presto' is 'vite' in French.
french: deux lions italian:due leoni
Giovanna (Jane or Joan in Italian) is spelled Jeanne in French.
To say the word cupboard in French you say placard. This word is said as armadio in Italian and armario in Spanish.
To say the word beard in the French language you say barbe. This word is said as barba in the Italian language and in Latin it is mentum.
Antonio is either Italian or Spanish for Anthony. In French we say Antoine.
[ae] [a] as in Italian "amare", to love [e] as in Italian "essere", to be; or French "téléphone"
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Switzerland has German, French, Italian and the Romansh languages.
in French: elle rêve de belles fleurs.
in French, black beauty is 'beautÃ© noire'
Mi amore (Italian) would be spelled 'mon amour' in French.
You can be French and speak Italian, but speaking Italian does not mean you are French.
Most people say that Italian is easier to learn than French but it all depends on what languages you speak before attempting to learn it.
french: votre mam german: Ihr mam italian: il vostro mam
French : Raifort, Cranson German : Meerrettich Spanish : Rabano picante Italian : Rafano
"cappucino" is spelled and pronounced the same as in Italian or English.
Calzone also, BTW it's an italian word!
To say the words popsicle sticks in French you say batons de popsicle. In Italian these words are said as bastoncini di ghiaccioli.
Switzerland speaks German, French, Italian and Romansh. Germans might say 'Hallo". French might say Bonjour. Italians might say Ciao.
Italian is an adjective, not a noun. The French word for Italian is Italien.
Swiss-German: schwarz French: noir Italian: Nero
German - Musik French - Musique Italian - Musica
The same as in English/Italian, if you are referring to Thomas Jefferson's house.
Switzerland has 4 official languages: German, French, Italian, and Romansh. In German: Schokolade Haus In French: maison chocolat In Italian: casa di cioccolato
The first name of Jessica in Italian is Gessica. This name is said as Jesica in Polish, Jessica in French, and Jeshika in Korean.
Italian - strictly speaking, but French owned.
He was French of Italian heritage.
Di is an Italian equivalent of the French word de. Specifically, the French and the Italian words are both prepositions. They each translate as "of, from." The pronunciations are "dee" in Italian and "duh" in French.
De is a French equivalent of the Italian word di. Specifically, the French and the Italian words are both prepositions. They each translate as "of, from." The pronunciations are "dee" in Italian and "duh" in French.
serenity in... Italian-serenità, Spanish-serenidad, French-sérénité
lasagna lasagna is italian... so yeah it doesn't really change.
There is no such language as "Swiss". Switzerland uses German, French, Italian and Romansch.
The Latin word for hospitality is hospitium. To say hospitality in Italian you would say ospitalita. In French you would say hospitalite.
Is it Italian or something? As far as I can tell, once into french it sounds a bit like this: Gracias à toi
Molto is an Italian equivalent of the French word trÃ¨s. Specifically, the French and the Italian words are adverbs. They mean "very". The pronunciation will be "MOHL-toh" in Italian and "treh" in French.
Glace in French hielo in spanish ghiaccio in italian gelo in portuguese
but-French zwek-German scopo-Italian propósito-Spanish
Swiss? Do you mean Swiss German, French, Italian or Romanish?
Cuisine in French is cucina in Italian.
"Cognac" is the same in French and in Italian.