How do you say my pleasure in English?
'Gusta' by itself means "Pleasure"
To say 'It is a pleasure to meet you' in Italian, you say: Piacere di conoscerla Pronounciation: PEEAchayray Dee koNOshayrlah
Which acid (is) your best pleasure
They say Western Pleasure is Western Dressage.As for reining nothing.
"My pleasure!" in English is Piacere mio! in Italian.
English, western pleasure, hunter jumper, English pleasure, trail
"Oui, j'accepte." Pronounced "wee, zhahk-sept" ("zh" = "s" in English "pleasure")
To say the word my pleasure in Yiddish, simply say meyn hnah. To write my pleasure in Yiddish, write,מיין הנאה .
with my pleasure
English pleasure is a generic term for what is more commonly referred to as Saddle Seat riding.
"My pleasure, Miss!" in English means Mio piacere, signorina! in Italian.
È stato un piacere per me! is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "It was my pleasure!" The courtesy translates literally as "It has been a pleasure for me!" or "It has been one pleasure for me!" in English. The pronunciation will be "eh STA-to oon pya-TCHEY-rey per mey" in Pisan Italian.
Horses that are rode for pleasure are just that, Pleasure horses. This is not to be confused with English or Western pleasure show horses, they are two different things.
"It was a pleasure meeting you!" in English is È stato un piacere conoscerti! in Italian.
"El gusto es mío" "The pleasure is mine" To say the Pleasure is all mine in Spanish, You would say: El placer es mío
What two things does English poet John Donne say give pleasure in Sonnet X also known as Death Be Not Proud?
The answer is Rest and Sleep.
There is western riding (gaming, western pleasure) and English riding (dressage, jumpers, hunter jumper, Polo, and English pleasure).
Gern geschehen is the translation in German. It is translated from English to German. German is mostly spoken in the European countries.
È un piacere! is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "It's a pleasure!" The statement also translates literally as "It's one pleasure!" in English. The pronunciation will be "eh oon pya-TCHEY-rey" in Pisan Italian.
When someone thanks you. You can then say "It's my pleasure," or say "You're welcome."
You say "My pleasure" in Yoruba language of the Western African origin as "Inu midun".
Igualmente- the pleasure is mine
Yes, with pleasure.
"It's also a pleasure to meet you!" in English is È altresì un piacere incontrarti! in Italian.
voluptas est mea (PLEASURE IS MINE)
It's because it is their pleasure to please
Il piacere è stato mio! is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "The pleasure was mine!" The courtesy translates literally as "The pleasure has been mine!" in English. The pronunciation will be "eel pya-TCHEY-rey eh STA-to MEE-o" in Pisan Italian.
It's a pleasure would translate to Portuguese to be prazer.
El gusto es mio = It's my pleasure
pleasure your teacher with rough sex
There are several variations of English Pleasure. It can be the hunt seat version which is like Western pleasure, but the horse is on a bit more rein contact, though still in a long low frame. or it can be the saddleseat version for highly animated horses like Saddlebreds, which can also be called country pleasure when 'gaited' or saddleseat horses are used.
Piacere is a literal Italian equivalent of the English word "pleasure." It may be preceded by the masculine singular definite article il ("the") or the masculine singular indefinite article un, uno ("a, an"). The pronunciation will be "pya-TCHEY-rey" in Italian.
Con piacere is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "with pleasure." It models a rare instance where the phrase or sentence structure matches in English and Italian. The pronunciation will be "kon pya-TCHEY-tey" in Pisan Italian.
Well, it's a pleasure.
with pleasure sir.
It means- The pleasure of dreams
Piacere mio is a literal Italian equivalent of the English phrase "my pleasure". Specifically, the masculine noun piacere means "enjoyment, pleasure". The masculine possessive adjective mio translates as "my". The pronunciation will be "pya-TCHEY-rey MEE-o" in Italian.
It is a pleasure to talk to you: c'est un plaisir de vous parler.
The proper English pronunciation is Bay-zhing (where 'zh' has the same sound as the 's' in pleasure). The proper Chinese pronunciation is Bay-jing (where 'j' has the same sound as the 'j' in jack).
È stato un piacere conoscerla! is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "It has been a pleasure meeting you!" The courtesy also translates literally as "It has been a pleasure meeting her!" according to English contexts. The pronunciation will be "eh STA-to oon pya-TCHEY-rey KO-no-SHER-la" in Pisan Italian.
Karibuni or karibu
S'udavolstviem. Poka ; )
The pleasure is mine.
Sore ga watashi no yorokobi desu. As a reply to 'thank you' you can say 'tou itashi mashite' meaning, it's my pleasure or you're welcome.
you can say "Es un gusto conocerte"
You could say, it is a pleasure to know you.
German. There is not an English word for it, but for us I believe it means pleasure from others pain.