Every Saturday is 'chaque samedi' in French. Every Saturday is 'chaque samedi' in French.
It is the same in every language.
All names are the same in every language.
every day = tous les jours
seulement à la Nouvelle-Orléans (you may also say New Orleans, every French will understand)
"j'en pense chaque mot"
presque tous les jours
Chaque autre week-end
"bienvenue", jusat as in French. There is no Norman French dialect even if some regional words can subside as in every other French region.
chaque respiration que tu prends
Je travaille tout les samedi
tout les samedis et dimanches
" c'est ouvert tous les jours "
Translation: Je lis tous les soirs
"French patois" isn't really à proper language as every regions of France have its own. In my region (near Toulouse) we say "bounsoun", near Perpignan they say "ola" (sounds like "hola" because of the proximity of Spain).
In French, to say 'she' , you say:Elleeg. elle s'appelle comment?In French, to say 'he', you say:Il
j'adore chaque moment que j'ai avec toi
Tous les jours tu me fais sourire
to say is the verb 'dire' in French.
to say meatballs in french you say: boulettes
The verb 'to say' is 'dire' in French.
In French, every day is chaque jour.
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?"
How do you say alyssa in french
In French, you say "zooplancton".