How do you say 'mouse' in french?
Souris... dont forget the s at the end even if its not plural - Emily
A mouse is 'une souris' (fem.) for the animal and for the computer mouse. The plural is spelled the same.
The phrase "my mouse" is translated from English to French as "ma souris". It should be noted that "souris" is not only the translation for the mouse rodent, but also for a computer mouse, therefore, the translation if referring to a computer mouse would be the same.
Mouse - Souris Dog - Chein (Male), Chienne (Female) a mouse is une souris a dog is un chien/une chienne
RJ aime souris Mickey.
une souris is French for a mouse.
une souris (fem.) is a mouse in French.
le lion mange la souris
In french mouse is souris- you pronouce it (soo-ree)
A mouse (or computer mouse) is "une souris" (feminine noun, plural "des souris" - the last "s" is unvoiced) in French.
"une souris" (a mouse) "la souris" (the mouse)
Mickey, or Mickey mouse
souris - mouse in French souris is pronounced: sore-e (it sort of sounds like sorry)!
"Mouse" in English means souris (feminine) or souris mâle or le mâle de la souris (masculine) in French.
My name is mouse
a mouse is une souris, which is feminine
I'm pretty sure it's simply the French word for mouse, which is "souris" (feminine). And a mouse mat is a "tapis de souris" (masculine). Hope that helped! :)
How to say mickey mouse in german
little mouse is petit souris. note. little mouse is often used as a term of endearment in english. A frenchman would more likely say Mon petit choux (my little cabbage) Ma petite puce (my little flea) - this one is to children !
in italian you say "topolino" but you also say mickey mouse.
Proper nouns (names) should not be translated into any language othern than its native one (for instance: José is José, not Joe)
Klondike was always chasing a French Canadian mouse named Savoir-Faire.
No....... Why would you say that?
A bat is "une chauve-souris" (feminine noun). Plural: "des chauves-souris". It is a compound word, modelled after chauve (bald) and souris (mouse).
it doesn't mean anything in French as it's American
what type of mouse? a computer mouse or a mouse, if a mouse I would say sneaky, and squeaky if a computer mouse it would be moveable and very still.
Little mouse in Spanish is ratoncito.
Les souris = mice
it is like the voice of a mouse
la souris is the mouse in French
It has three names: Musophobia: from the Latin "Mus" for "mouse". Murophobia: from the taxonomic "Muridae" which includes the mouse family. Suriphobia: From the French "souris" for "mouse".
'Mickey Mouse' in Swedish is 'Musse Pigg'.
Minnie Mouse has never had a catch phrase.
Mouse (animal) in Japanese is ããšã¿ (nezumi), whereas a computer mouse is ãƒžã‚¦ã‚¹ (mausu).
Minnie la souris
You should say a prayer for the mouse and give the cat a treat.
ねずみ "nezumi" means mouse (the animal)
I'm pretty sure its 'Mouse' :) Mice is usually for more then one mouse.
-Musophobia, derived from the Latin word "mus" for mouse. -Suriphobia, derived from the French word "souris", also mean mouse. -Murophobia, coined from the taxonomy word for mouse.
un piège à souris
In French, to say 'she' , you say: Elle eg. elle s'appelle comment? In French, to say 'he', you say: Il
Nouns in the English language do not have genders (unlike German and French, for example). Even if they did, mouse would not have an opposite gender. The word mouse applies to mice of both sexes.
Hello in French is Bonjour Hi in French is Salut How are you is Ça va Bye in French is Au revoir To say "How do you say Hello?" in French, you would say "Comment dit-on bonjour?"
"Crazy mouse" is the literal English equivalent of the French phrase fou souris. Specifically, the masculine adjective fou means "crazy, mad." The masculine noun souris means "mouse." The pronunciation will be "foo soo-ree" in French.
He would say "Hello"
to say is the verb 'dire' in French.
Je déteste le français. To say "I hate French" (as in the French language) in French, you would say, "Je déteste le français." If you want to say "I hate the French" (as in the French people), you would say instead, "Je déteste les français."
A common term for just "Chocolate Cake" in French is "un gâteau au chocolat" Since "mousse" is an English term deriving directly from the exact word in French, you would just say "une mousse au chocolat" or "un gâteau mousse au chocolate." Hope this helps! :D