"Orange juice" in Spanish is "jugo de naranja".
That is the spelling of "pure orange juice." There is no single word term.
jus d' orange
Bacon and Orange juice.
The French word for "juice" is "jus." However, your proper name Juice would be kept as is if you were addressed in French.
Orange...just like the English.
Orange is spelled the same in French.
du jus d'orange
orange just like English MG
French people drink orange juice apple juice coffee and chocolate
. No, orange juice is actually yellow. Orange juice is called orange juice because it is the juice of the orange. The orange is orange, however the juice is not.
jus de fraise
orange juice orange juice
orange juice I think orange is heathier because orange juice has sugar
Orange JuiceHis favourite juice's orange juice.Justin Bieber's fave juice is ORANGE JUICE i also luv ORANGE JUICE (oj)
It is said that nature made orange juice because oranges always had orange juice. There is no one person who invented orange juice. When you eat an orange, juice is in it.
Because it's the juice from an orange which is in fact orange.
Je voudrais un verre de jus d'orange. (I would like a glass of orange juice.)
le jus d'orange s'il vous
That would be "jus d'orange". Not too difficult. :)