How do you say 'be my girlfriend' in french?
Be my girlfriend translated into French is: être ma petite amie/ma copine.
An example sentence using this is: Serez-vous ma copine?
This means will you be my girlfriend?
An example sentence using this is: Serez-vous ma copine?
This means will you be my girlfriend?
Answer . first make her feel safe,happy and happy about herself, get her in a comfy position and first do a funy icebreaker and then lean in and kiss her now french kissing is a very passionate and meaningful thing. and yet can be very sexual. but you put your tongue in his or hers mouth and mas…sage if she or he enjoys it they'll let you know. GOOD LUCK, brandy ( Full Answer )
say hey how are you doin then give her a kiss. stay to see if she will do the same.
Go to wikihow and ask this question, they have a guide. You kiss your girlfriend and if you can try opening her mouth with your lips (which isn't as hard as it sounds) repeatedly and when you both have your mouth's slighly open gently brush your tongue against her's and then you'll be making out. …P.S. I know you'll be really nervous but once you start you won't regret it except it'll be super hard to stop thinking about her afterwards though lol good luck and remember if the girl says no or stop listen to her. ( Full Answer )
If you want to ask " will you be my girlfriend " you say " veux-tu Ãªtre ma petite amie " or commonly "veux-tu sortir avec moi ?"
Answer \n. \nMa petite amie.\n. \nor in slang in some regions - ma Blonde.\n. \n \n. \n \n. \nMon amie, or \n. \nMa copine
Why do you care? I'm French and if your girlfriend is french, just pretend ! Gawd you just want to say it so you can impress her and you'll get her.
Answer Whatever you do, do not agree with her, even if you mean it casually or are joking! You can say that you think she looks pretty, no matter how she thinks she looks. Answer You could suggest that if she isn't happy then we should do something about it. Together you can make it fun and ma…ybe easier, she'll love you for it. But girls also know when there being lied to about stuff like that, so please be sure she knows that you're interest is in her being happy with herself. Answer Ask her friend if she said something about it. If she didn't, say you think she looks amazingly great and that you shouldn't change. ( Full Answer )
to you = Ã vous (or Ã toi if a close friend or child). to say to you = dire Ã vous ( or dire Ã toi)
Girlfriend translates to petite amie/petite copine , literally meaning "little friend". Take off the petite if you're talking about a friend, not a better half. You can get more specific, ma petite amie/ma petite copine , which just shows possession. Ma cheri is cuter, defined as "my darl…ing." ( Full Answer )
The French word for and is et , pronounced "eh". There are more words that represents "and".
as in 'by (someone)' par (qq'un) as in 'by (the sea)' au bord de la mer
I like your hair That's a cute shirt And other stuff like that that shes beauiful and you love her
Ã toi . However, it depends on context. . She is writing to you = Elle t'Ã©crit (NOT elle Ã©crit Ã toi) I give an apple to you = Je te donne une pomme (NOT je donne une pomme Ã toi) For more information, try finding a basic French grammar book and looking up "indirect object pro…nouns". ( Full Answer )
Tu es or vous Ãªtes is you are; nous sommes is we are; ils sont or elles sont is they are.
Please resubmit your question as it is not clear what you would like to ask and the above is a unfinished statement. Thank you.
How about, "I'm sorry I cheated on you and if you're unwilling to forgive me, then I understand." No tell them the truth, we girls don't like liers(Beware)
The closest word to "do" in French is "faire" (je fais), but it is still very different and generally not used in the same places "do" is used in English. I recommend you ask another question with more context.
"Dire" is to say but it's irregular.. Here's the pattern if you're interested:. je dis (I say) tu dis (You singular say) il/elle dit (He/she says) nous disons (We say) vous dites (You plural say) ils disent (They say)
"How" as in "how do you do it" is comment (sounds like kuh-MAH, with the second syllable being nasal) "How" as in "how happy are you" doesn't really exist in French, although you might use the phrase "Ã quelle mesure" in a formal context.
Generally speaking, "her" would be " elle ". But that can change when used in a sentence. For example: I love her. -> Je l' aime. (direct object) He gives her a ring. -> Il lui offre une bague. (indirect object) "Her" can also be possessive in English, in which case it would translate to …the 3rd person French possessive adjectives son/sa/ses. ( Full Answer )
if she comes to you broken hearted asking forgiveness, forgive her.If not, dump her, tell her to take a permanent hike and don't lookback. Be the man. tell her that she has hurt you really bad and that you feel likeyou should have some time apart.
He doesnt have Girl friend, and he neither had emotions and is till learning them
Answer: . love my Girlfriend - l'amour de mon amie. i love you - je t'aime. For more you can use google translater
Easy, when your making out slowly stick a liiike bit of your tongue into her mouth. Wait for her to do it back. If she doesn't do it back do it again about a minute later if age still doesnt do it then wait till the next time bro
As tu dÃ©jÃ eu une petite amie franÃ§aise ? Es tu dÃ©jÃ sorti avec une franÃ§aise ?
you dont just be cool and if she does not ask you just see if she likes you then just tell her if she wants to go on a date then you are already together after a fiew more dates
complement her on anything then walk away. become her friend when you think she starts to like you ask her out. it a lot easier than asking her out and having her laugh at you. believe me I'm a girl and that's what my boyfriend did to get me. then he told me.
"je t'aime ma belle petite amie" (a noun like "mon coeur" would be more romantic)
Be sexy when the time comes, be funny, show off, do not be smart alecky, get to know someone well, and then ask her out
They say tu for one person, but if they are talking to a group of people, like the teacher talking to the class, they say vous , but saying vous is polite.
In French, to say 'she' , you say: Elle eg. elle s'appelle comment? In French, to say 'he' , you say: Il
French is a romance language meaning that they do not have a direct translation for our word 'it'. Every noun in romance languages are either feminine or masculine, so depending on the specific word you're looking for, you'll have to do a little online research to find out the gender. I recommend wo…rdreference.com. ( Full Answer )
The pronoun she (singular) is elle. When you are talking about a group of women, you would use elles - the 's' is silent.
Il lui fallait + infinitive Il fallait qu'il + subjunctive Il devait + infinitive Il avait besoin de + infinitive
"what the . . ." is " que . . . " in sentences such as " Que diable fais-tu? " "What the hell [literally, devil] are you doing?"
Well its a bit complicated. It changes if the word after it is male, female, plural or has a vowel at the start du chat- of the cat (male) de la fenÃªtre- of the window (female) des chevaux- of the horses (plural) de l'infirmiÃ¨re- of the nurse (If the noun begins with a vowel you have to… get rid of the second letter of the le and make it de l'(etc).) ( Full Answer )
ok so like peoople who are reading this payyy veryy closee attention!! ok so when you are about to kiss open ur mouth as big as possible and tell her to do thatt too ok. and then when u open ur mouth as wide as possible lickk ur lipss until they get all soked and then when u leen in lick her whole f…ace and then reach fro her tongue with ur hand and start licking it ok guys and girls. It is goingt o be so good when u try this u have to ok but if no one wants to go out with u go to them and start doing it they will like u when u do that ok listen to the cracker masterrr!! ( Full Answer )
The way to say "I live my girlfriend" is Je Vis Ma Petite Amie and "I love my girlfriend" J'aime Ma Petite aime
est-ce qu'elle est ta petite amie / est-elle ta petite amie would be the translations for 'is she your girlfriend in French.
Seeing as she is your girlfriend, you must see beautiful, amazing qualities in her. So when she says you can do better, let her know that you don't think there is anyone better. Tell her there are no eyes more beautiful, no smile more charming, no sense of humor cuter than hers, no woman with more g…race and intelligence, etc. etc. Be honest, open, and romantic! ...But if you have to lie to say those things, maybe it's time to reevaluate why you are with her! ( Full Answer )
You is 'tu' in informal settings (when among people who are friends, or the same age). 'Tu' is always singular. You is 'vous' when plural OR when in formal settings (someone addressing his boss, for instance).
You can say: La personne qui pose cette question ne devrait pas poser plus de questions. And then you can say: Aucune infraction
If she says youre too clingy ask her what you are doing wrong that makes you that way (eg are you over protective?) and see if you can improve otherwise tell her thats who you are and you cant change and she must just accept that. If she won't, break up with her. There are loads of girls who want a …guy like you who at least cares about them. ( Full Answer )
aurevoir (if youre saying bye) par(if youre saying by like if youre writing a story)
Je suis ( Je mean "I" and suis is the verb form of etre, which means "to be". Also, "etre" should have an upside down "v"--called a circumflex--over the e)
There are three different ways of saying do you have in french: 1. tu as un chien? - do you have a dog? 2. as tu un chien? 3. est-ce que tu as un chien? - literally means 'is it that you have a dog' but is translated as do you have a dog
Comment vas-tu (if you know the person well) Comment allez-vous (if respect or several persons)
If you're using "Get in" as a slang term, this means nothing in France, or to the French - what you're trying to say depends on where in France you are, so there is no direct translation. In a way it's rather like saying "Get in" to people in Australia or New Zealand, they would get confused by wha…t you're saying and think that you want them to enter something (as it would in France). Of course, if you're asking someone to enter something (such as a car), it depends on what you are asking them to enter, whether it's "male" or "female", who you're asking (older person, friend, family member, child, etc). In the case of "get in to the car", this could be "entrer en la voiture" or "obtenir dans la voiture". ( Full Answer )
In French, the verb form for "had" changes according to the subject, as follows: I had j'avais you had tu avais s/he had il avait, elle avait we had nous avions you had vous aviez they had ils avaient, elles avaient
I believe that would be Ca va, petite amie? My french teach told us that...