the moon is bright means "la lune brille" in French.
bright is 'brillant / brillante' in French.
When we say that someone is "bright" we mean that he or she is smart or intelligent.
If you can say it before a noun, than it's an adjective. In this case, yes, bright is an adjective because you can say 'The bright sun,' or 'The bright bulb.'
Bright light = zohar (×–×•×”×¨)
French post boxes are bright yellow.
French letter boxes are bright yellow.
"Bright" as in "intelligent?" You may say "Atama ga yokute bijin"
The color of the French post box is bright yellow.
bright=akarui moon= tsuki so bright moon is akarui tsuki
as in a bright light - geal as in intelligence - cliste
Star in Navajo is: sǫʼTo be bright : bits'ádi ńdíínBright star (star it is bright): sǫʼ bits'ádi ńdíín
In French, to say 'she' , you say:Elleeg. elle s'appelle comment?In French, to say 'he', you say:Il
the mailboxes are painted in a bright yellow.
"le soleil est brillant"
to say is the verb 'dire' in French.
my room is bright = Mein Zimmer ist hell
Dark, but with a bright look.
mauve (a bright purple colour) is spelled the same in both English and French.
to say meatballs in french you say: boulettes
The verb 'to say' is 'dire' in French.
Some would say that they are emo's but i would say that people who wear bright colours are ravers
You can say it, but there is no guarantee you would be right.
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?"