Pouvons-nous aller aussi?
From me too is 'de moi aussi' in French.
how to say"lets go to the mountain" in french
Bistro in french is bistro too
Exact is the same in French too!
I love you too is "je t'aime aussi" in French.
You say "too lay zh
to go outside is "sortir" in French
You can say «nachos» in French too, it's an Mexican word not an English one.
aller is how you say go in french. x
English : Too much homework French : Trop de devoirs
One would say "dommage".
To say, "Will you go out with me one day?" in French you say: Sortirez-vous avec moi un jour ?
To go to work is aller au travail in French.
to go to is 'aller Ã ... (place name)' in French.
I love you too is translated in French as: je t'aime aussi.
'but it is too expensive' is 'mais c'est trop cher' in French.
Quel dommage means what a pity or too bad in French.
je veux fairebut that depends on what you want too do?
"presque temps pour" It is about time to go = "C'est presque temps pour departer"
too much = trop If you're going to use the expression "trop" for "too much" in a French sentence, be sure to include the "de" afterwards. For example, to say "I ate too much ice cream " in French, you would say, "J'ai mangé trop de glace."
The french wouldn't say "the movies" to mean a movie theater, they'd say "I go to the cinema." Je vais au cinéma
The expression 'go die' is translated 'va mourir' in French.
talkative is 'bavard' in French. That hints that someone is talking too much.
"Fourré" is the adjective meaning "stuffed" in French.
faites vous me voulez a
It is exactly called -Nil- too.
jus go on french translation and find out
"To go there"- "Pour y aller"
me too -> moi aussi (mwah oh-see) moi aussi.
(J'aime aussi) is i like it too, (j'adore) would be i adore
to go up the stairs is 'monter les escaliers' in French.
To go sledding in French is 'aller faire de la luge'
Aller au cinéma means go to the movies in french(français)
Globe, the word Globe came directly from the french, you can say "sphère" too
"d'accord, au revoir" but you can say "ok bye" too
the french were too harsh; the Americans too kind.the french wanted too much and the Italians didnt say anything and the Americans were too kind. emilie sofia Anderson
You can say "grande"... you can also go online and find an English to french dictionary
If you mean YOU TOO then its vous aussi hope this helps
trop fort! Hope this helps
Vous Ãªtes trop fort.
you can't love me too much - English vous ne pouvez pas m'aimer trop - french
I would have slept better with you too is 'moi aussi j'aurai mieux dormi avec toi' in French.
Way to go!= Bien joué!
French people are far too polite to have words for such things.
Allez a la bibliotheque.
to go faster is "aller plus vite" in French. Va plus vite! means 'go faster!'
You say hippopotame. go to www.wordreference.com for more translating
you say ami go do ni ni
to go out is "sortir" in French. "out going" is translated by "sortant / sortante".
to get too old is devenir trop vieux (masc.) / trop vieille (fem.) in French. See link to conjugation of 'devenir'.