In french, there is no equivalent word for would. Instead of using would and a verb, the verb is simply conjugated to the conditional mood. For example, in english, you could say "I would buy this car if..." but in french, such a sentence would be translated as "J'achèterais cette voiture si...".
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To say sock in French you would say, chaussette. To say pants you would say pantalon, and to say shirt you would say chemise.
In order to say worker in French, you would say, travailleur. If you wanted to say boss in French you would say, patron.
In French, one would say "Il est" for "he is"
Actually, in French, you would say: I would love to studyFrench. (J'aimerais Ã©tudier le franÃ§ais.)If you prefer to say "I would love to take a French course" you could say "J'aimerais suivre un cours de franÃ§ais."
Je déteste le français.To say "I hate French" (as in the French language) in French, you would say, "Je déteste le français." If you want to say "I hate the French" (as in the French people), you would say instead, "Je déteste les français."
To say listen to me in French, you would say ecoutez-moi. To say I am listening, you would say Je suis a l'ecoute.
To say the word "I" in French, one would say "je."
"Obtenez le singe" is how you would say it in French.
You say: j'aurais.
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..."
To say "of course I would" in French, say "bien sûr (que) je voudrais".
To say 'went on in' in French you would say qui se passait dans.
Hello in French is Bonjour Hi in French is Salut How are you is Ça va Bye in French is Au revoir To say "How do you say Hello?" in French, you would say "Comment dit-on bonjour?"
You would say "Cette semaine" Which means this week in french!
In French or En franÃ§ais - you would say, 'chaque'
The french would say : évite les problèmes.
in french you would say je parle gallois
To say "It is okay" in French, you would normally say, "Ã‡a va."
"or" is translated "ou" in French.
Francais, this is the masculine form
"Spot on" in French would be "exactement."
Fabien would be the French spelling.
That would be the same in French.