How do you say in like a lion out like a lamb in French?
Comme un lion en dehors comme un agneau.
The lion fell in love with the lamb into French is: donc le lion est tombé amoureux de l'agneau.
a lamb is 'un agneau' (masc.) in French.
To say the word lamb in Italian you say agnello. The word lamb in Spanish is cordero and in French it is agneau.
Edward - "And so the lion fell in love with the lamb." Bella - "What a stupid lamb." Edward - "What a sick, masochistic lion." Edward said so the lion fell in love with the lamb & Bella said what a stupid lamb & edward said what a sick, masochictic lion! i know cuz i read the book 6 times & seen the movie 28 times
i would have to say it is Edward: and so the lion fell in love with the lamb Bella: what a stupid lamb Edward: what a sick masochistic lion
it's written the same, but it's pronounced Lee-On (on pronounced like On in french)
little lamb= petit agneau
le lion (masc.)
in french to say a lost rare white lion you can say un lion blanc tres rare mais perdu
le Golfe du lion
l'agneau de dieu
Le Roi Lion. To refer to the sequels of this movie, you would say, "Le Roi Lion 2."
The wolf also shall dwell with the lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with the kid; and the calf and the young lion and the fatling together; and a little child shall lead them. (Isaiah 11:6) The wolf and the lamb shall feed together, and the lion shall eat straw like the bullock: and dust shall be the serpent's meat. They shall not hurt nor destroy in all my holy mountain, saith the LORD… Read More
Here's how to say it in French: Et ainsi le lion est tombé amoureux de l'agneau In German: Und so verliebte der Löwe in das Lamm In Spanish: Y el león cayó tan en amor con el cordero And I have many more other translations.
OK.. I think this is how it goes, I have not read any of the books recently though. Edward: "So the lion fell in love with the lamb." Bella: "What a stupid lamb." Edward: "What an _____ lion." Sorry, I don't remember that one word that Edward says.
Filet de collier d'agneau
No. Isaiah 11:6 is being paraphrased. The actual verse states: "the wolf shall dwell with the lamb, and the leopard will lie down with a kid; the calf and the young lion and the fatling together." (Isaiah 11:6)
Lamb shank in red wine in Frence is Jarret d'agneau au vin rouge
le lion mange la souris
The specific term for a female little lamb is "une agnelle" (fem.) in French. That term is rarely used. The generally used term for a young of a sheep is "un agneau" (masc.). You would use "agneau" when the gender of the young lamb is irrelevant, or when it is a male lamb as well.
Stephanie Meyer had Edward Cullen say it in twilight. Based off a bible reference.
Carré d'agneau au miel de lavande.
"cougar" is "puma" in French (from the Spanish), and "couguar" or "cougar" in Canadian French (from the Portuguese). The term "lion des montagnes" is sometimes used inappropriately by authors as a literal translation of "mountain lion". un couguar
bonjour la vie du lion dans la jungle hope that helped =D
Bowing a violin is when you use the stick (the bow) to play. Like say your playing Marry Had a little lamb on the violin you could say you are playing Marry Had a little lamb or to sound professional you could say I'm bowing marry had a little lamb. :)
Léo answer 2: Léo for a name, Lion for the animal or Sign of the Zodiac
Translation: Coeur de leon This happens to be an epithet given to Richard III of England, the Lionheart, in French.
You say we will in french like this........ Nous
like this 'how are you in french.'
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".
Rugir We can hear the lion's growl On peut entendre le rugissement du lion.
page 274 in a collectors' book .. i don't know about the other style of twilight books.. i think it was in the third or in the 4th paragraph......
Comme nous is French for "Like us" I'm assuming that when you say LIKE you mean, "similar to".
I like him in French is Je l'aime.
you say it like Richarde in french almost the same.
"leon" is the Irish for "a lion" (pronounced in English like "loan") "Cobra" (cob-ra)
To say "I would like..." in French, you would say "Je voudrais..." If you were to say "Je voudrais acheter..," you would be saying "I would like to buy..."
I like everything is 'j'aime tout' in French.
to say one in french you say un its said like euhhn sorta :P
"mauvais" (that's a French word) To say it you would say - MOVAY - sounds like that.
In french you say huit instead of eight. You say it like you say wheat.
Lamb= ×›×‘×© (KEH-vess)
I like- "J'aime"
I like these sports is "j'aime ces sports" in French.
I like your style is "j'aime ton style" in French.
The French for "we like to dance" is nous aimons danser.
"I like grapes" in French is J'aime les raisins.