How do you say Will you cook for us in French?
"Est-ce que vous cuisinerez pour nous ?", "Est-ce que vous nous ferez la cuisine ?" are two ways of saying "will you cook for us?" in French.
cuisinier = a cook cuisiner = to cook
Will you cook for me? is "est-ce que tu me feras (or formal: vous me ferez) la cuisine ?" in French.
"To cook African donuts" is "faire / cuisiner des beignets africains" in French.
faire la cuisine
Translation: J'aime cuisiner.
meine ist nicht super
J'aime cuisiner et m'amuser ^^
nÃ©(e) pour faire de la cuisine franÃ§aise
to cook is 'cuisiner' in French.
Comme nous is French for "Like us" I'm assuming that when you say LIKE you mean, "similar to".
to cook is 'cuisiner' in French.
Cook in a deep fryer. cuisez à la friteuse
un bon cuisinier, une bonne cuisiniÃ¨re
Appris Ã cuisiner de sa mÃ¨re.
Translation: Nous cuisinons l'homard et le calmar.
The U.S. in French is « les EU », which is short for « les États-Unis ».
"j'aide ma mÃ¨re Ã cuisiner"
faire cuire mon boeuf saignant
Ladybird, or as we call it in the US, ladybug, in French is coccinelle.
"ne faites jamais confiance Ã un cuisinier maigre"
they put back their fork on the right-hand of their plate, say that they have had enough to eat, or say something nice to the cook about the menu.
Est-ce que vous voulez bien faire de la cuisine avec moi?
Virginia (US state) is called "La Virginie" (fem.) in French.
L'un de nous is the translation for "one of us."
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Cuire - to cook (verb) Chef- cook (noun)
Carolina (US State, or female first name) are spelled 'Caroline' in French.
"dogs are us" = "les chiens nous sont"
Captain Cook was British.
J'habite aux États-Unis
Nous joindre Rejoignez-nous
nos modes de vie
parler a l'enseingnant
"Il s'approche de nous"
'cuit' a very nice word if you are a cook It could vary depending on what exactly you're saying, but the general term is cuit
Ma mÃ¨re aime cuisiner, ma mÃ¨re aime faire la cuisine.
If you have a good recipe book, and the necessary ingredient's. You can cook almost anything of the French cuisine.
cuisiner means 'to cook' in French.
Because there is less volume to cook in the french fries than the whole potatoes.
I believe that would be Ca va, petite amie? My french teach told us that...
The French are known for their pastries, wines and cheeses. Eclairs are a pastry with a custard filling and chocolate frosting. Cream puffs or profiterole are a light pastry with pastry cream. The French have many cheeses like Brie that are soft and often baked with a pastry crust. Other French cheeses are blue, Roquefort, Boursin, camembert, Neufchâtel (which is what is used to make cheesecake) and Emmental.
kiss the cook. embrassez le cuisinier
Chicken = Poulet , Croissant is the french word, and we say Sandwich for sandwich because it's the name of the count of Sandwich who brought it to us
une fille amÃ©ricaine
to cook: cuisiner (verb) a cook: un cuisinier (masc.), une cuisiniÃ¨re (fem.)
- between us = entre nous - between = entre - us = nous So easy... Si simple...