How do you say i like him in Canadian french?
I like him in French is Je l'aime.
don't know if french canadian is very different of french but in France we say "Nous sommes fiers de toi"
It is "mache."
"Canadian" is not a language. French and English are Canada's official languages.
In French. Merci beau
French Canadian is the same as French. The French word for dog is chien (pronounced shyehn but the "n" sound is hardly heard and sounds more nasal). Chien is masculine so you would say "le chien".
Je suis canadien
Canada. We speak English and French here. There is no such thing as a Canadian language.
The French like Canadians because the French founded Canada and a lot of Canadians speak French.
The languages of Canada are English and French. Easter in French is Pâques.
Liqueur de bleuets (Canadian French) or liqueur d'airelles (mainland French).
"D'accord" is probably the closest.
Since there is no Canadian language, and there are only two national languages of Canada, English and French, you would say dog or chien.
Sour cream is "crÃ¨me aigre" in French, "crÃ¨me sÃ»re" in Canadian French.
If you were in Ontario and would like to wish someone a happy birthday, you would often speak French Canadian. In that language, you would want to tell them, "Bonne Fête."
La maison du Canadien.
Le père Noël
You may be surprised to find out that most Canadians (especially outside of Québec) speak English. So the Canadian way to say "thank you" is "thank you". In Canadian French, "thank you" is "merci".
In french Canadian, they say "Grilled cheese". But you could say "sandwich au fromage grillé". fromage = cheese grillé = grilled
Joyeux Anniversaire is the French translation. French Canadians generally say Bonne Fête.
French it is bon anniveraire avec gros bisous
Very close to the way you would say it in English. The French say their letter "r" differently from English speakers; it's a kind of guttural roll at the back of the mouth. If you were speaking with a French Canadian accent, you would pronounce the last syllable "tin" not "teen", like Kristin except with the accent on the second syllable.
elle explose (it's kind of handy to be Canadian)
je suis fier d'Ãªtre canadien
A Canadian of French descent is called a French Canadian.
In Quebecoise (Canadian French) they definitely use the word "Bluet" as I have seen in the supermarkets and farmers market. The French word used in France is "Myrtille" but I have heard that you could also say "Bluet" in France?
A convenience store is "une épicerie" or "un magasin de quartier" in French, or "un dépanneur" in Canadian French.
Canadian French: "Je suis heureux de t'aider" French French: "Je suis heureux de vous aider"
The main cultures are Asian, Canadian and French-Canadian. Less than 20% of Canadians say their culture is Canadian, few have deep roots in the land.
Canadian isn't a language. People in Canada speak either English or French...Prime Minister Harper
les cochons dans une couverture
We would use the english-term "skate-park". Maybe French Canadian have a specific term.
You say we will in french like this........ Nous
a home run is translated 'circuit' or 'coup de circuit' in Canadian French. In France the game is unknown and the few French who know about baseball rules would probably use the American terms like 'home run'.
dinner in french is really easy, european french is the same dinner, but if you want Canadian french its super. which is just soup/a or deen/a Translation: Mon dĩner.
As a Canadian, I would say that most Canadians have never heard of the "Canadian AFL"
Because most people in Canada speak English, you would say Santa just like "san-ta." Some areas of Canada are French-Canadian and Pere Noel refers to Father Christmas.
Yes, Liz and Daniella are French Canadian.
As the French would say, "Nous sommes un gros tas de pussies."
That's a matter of personal opinion, but I'm going to go with the general French and Canadian opinions on the matter and say that no, the French speak better French. Canadian French is a very interesting dialect, but in general native speakers of French--wherever they might come from--will think that the French spoken in France is the best, most grammatically correct form with the best pronunciation. Did you listen to your question? That's like asking… Read More
"Canadian" is not a language. French and English are Canada's Official Languages. The word "wonderful" is pronounced similarly in all English-speaking lands.
like this 'how are you in french.'
She is Canadian. French Canadian to be exact.
On keek there was a French Canadian girl with girl blonde hair and used to start every video by saying Heyyy Keakk meaning to say keek but what was her name?
The name of the French Canadian girl with blonde hair on Keek was Lindsay.
In French, to say I love you, you say: Je t'aime.
you say it "J'aime". Example:if you want to say "I like the flowers",in French you will say it"J'aime les fleurs".
Est-ce que vous etes Canadien (for male)/ Canadienne (female) ?
je suis un fier canadien, un canadien fier
"bienvenue" in canadian french "de rien" in french