To go to bed is "aller au lit" or "aller se coucher" in French.
Go to bed! is "va te coucher!"
I go to bed is 'je vais au lit' or 'je vais me coucher' in French.
Go to bed - allez au lit
to go to bed angry is 'aller au lit en colÃ¨re' in French.
je me reste a ma chambre
A bed is 'un lit' (masc.) in French.
bed in french would be être.
Like this Vous allez au lit, ou bien There!
Ok, maintenant va au lit.
to go to bed is "aller au lit / aller se coucher" in French.
Un bed and breakfast (these are borrowed words)
go to bed = schlafen gehen go to bed = zu Bett gehen go to bed = ins Bett gehen go to bed! = Ab ins Bett!
You would say "acostarme". This is the reflexive form of the verb "acostar", which means "to put to bed". With the reflexive, it means "I put myself to bed", or "I go to bed".
Like this Aller au lit maintenant il est minuet. Sorry that's without the already but there you go!
'To go to bed' in Spanish is 'acostar.' I think 'acostar' means, rather, 'to put to bed' For 'to go to bed', the reflexive 'acostarse' is needed.
You say "there is" as "IL Y" and "a bed" is "UN LIT" - " il y a un lit"
It means "When do you go to bed?" ("At what time do you go to bed?").
how to say"lets go to the mountain" in french
A water-bed is 'un lit Ã eau' or often more precisely "un matelas" (mattress) "Ã eau" in French.
a room is called 'une piÃ¨ce' in French. A (bed)room is une chambre.
Voulez-vous coucher avec moi.
'je vais me coucher, bonne nuit' (I'm going to bed, good night)
A bed is 'un lit' in French.
Do you want to go to bed is: Quieres acostarte (with question marks before and after the question)
votre nounours est sur votre lit
la couche des animaux de compagnie.
to go outside is "sortir" in French
The most common word for bedroom is "chambre," but if you want to be more formal, you can say "charmbre à coucher," the verb coucher meaning to go to bed.
aller is how you say go in french. x
Aller au lit. *A-lair auw lit*
8:30 or what ever your parents say to go to bed if not you may get in trouble
La chambre. It is very difficult to write an explanation of how to say it. Try sharm brur. You really need a french speaker to demonstrate it.
Au revoir,(Bonne nuit) je me couche
Tu devrais rester au lit !
C'est le lit de MÃ©gane.
in french u say tv as une tele andu say un ;it for bed and un poster for poster im intelligent people vote for me curtain is translated 'rideau' (masc.) in French. Plural: des rideaux
Get in your bed is 'va dans ton lit' in French.
To say, "Will you go out with me one day?" in French you say: Sortirez-vous avec moi un jour ?
Je vais aller au lit bientôt.
a double bed is commonly called "un grand lit" in French, and sometimes "un lit double" or "un lit de deux personnes". A single bed is called "un petit lit" or "un lit d'une personne".
To go to work is aller au travail in French.
to go to is 'aller Ã ... (place name)' in French.
je me suis couché - for a man je me suis couchée - for a woman.
"le lit du chien, la couche du chien"
emmÃ¨ne moi au lit / dans ton lit
pret, pronounce without the 't' and the 'e' as in bed and short.
Il y a un monstruo sous mon lit.
The french wouldn't say "the movies" to mean a movie theater, they'd say "I go to the cinema." Je vais au cinéma
Kalale,Nenda ukalale, Nenda ukalale, Nenda kulala, all of which mean "go to sleep."Most people would probably say simply Lala! -- go to bed.
The expression 'go die' is translated 'va mourir' in French.
It depends what time u eat.I would probably say go to bed 30-60 minutes after u eat.Hope this helps