in French, you say turquoise...
It is a French noun, so it is the same, "turquoise".
You just say turquoise. It is the same.
'turquoise' is spelled the same in French.
turKAYsa or turKWAYvsa either but firstone is more common
Turquoise is a feminine noun and adjective in French. It has no masculine.
French: émeraude Spanish: esmeralda
French: l'été Spanish: verano
Spanish: Gracias French: Merci
chastity is castidad - Spanish chasteté French
Turquoise Is the answer
Spanish: Manzana French: Pomme Italian: Mela
"Turquoise" in Spanish is "turquesa". It is pronounced "toor-KAY-sah". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
Spanish: Te amo, Te quiero French: je t'aime
It is die Schule in German. It is ecole in French. It is escuela in Spanish
French toast sticks in Spanish is 'pan tostado francés.'
in French it's 'un tamia'
coco is french It is also a spanish nickname.
"L'espagnol" (Spanish) or "la langue espagnole" (the Spanish language).
in French: comment allez-vous aujourd'hui ?
"Si vouz plais" in French, "por favor" in Spanish and "bitte" in German.
Karma is the same in French. It is a Sanskrit word that is not changed in English, French, Spanish.
I would say french and Spanish. There are a lot of French only speakers in my school.
Lézard (French) Lagartija (Spanish) eidechse (German) earc / laghairt (Irish)
No me gusta francés. Literally "French is not pleasing to me". Note that names of languages are not capitalized in Spanish.
est-ce que tu m'embrasseras ? (French)