How does one say 'auto detailing' in French?
un salon auto
I would say «lave-auto» But you could also say «Lavez voiture» in different context.
In French, one would say "Il est" for "he is"
You say "one of the best" in French like this: "Un du Meilleur"
To say the word "I" in French, one would say "je."
Do you mean the auto - the car - or auto -like automatic - ? Actually, for a car, we can say the "auto" (l'auto) which comes from "l'automobile", but now we rather use the word "voiture" (la voiture). If you mean auto for automatic, we use the word "auto" (+ adjective), coming from "automatique". Bisou!
To say, "Will you go out with me one day?" in French you say: Sortirez-vous avec moi un jour ?
to say one in french you say un its said like euhhn sorta :P
One uncle is 'un oncle' in French.
étagères is how you say shelves in french! Use a translator smart one!
To say forty-one thousand in French, you would say Quarante et un mille.
'your the nice one' in french is 'votre la belle'.
"You're one" in French is vous Ãªtes un
Judge in french is : juge
You can say «nachos» in French too, it's an Mexican word not an English one.
To say for His glory in French, you would say, pour sa gloire. French is the language spoken by many in France. It is considered to be one of the romance languages.
One is "un" in French; "the number one" is "le num
part one is translated "premiÃ¨re partie" in French
une vingtieme one -twentieth is 'un vingtième' in French.
It is just peep in a french accent.
Queen in french is "la reine"
"Wich one came of" means in french: "lequel vient de..."
Half past in French is demie. If you wanted to say half past one in French you would say: Il est une heures et demie. It is one hour and half. Half past one. I have put the French way at the top, the complete translation in the middle and then the English way at the end.
One half in French would be demi.
One would say "dommage".
beau petit that is how you say it
one hundred and fifty one translated into french is cent cinquante-et-un one five one translated into french is un cinq un
The phrase "I have one brother" is "J'ai un frère" in French.
'my one true love' in french is 'mon seul véritable amour'
the french for " he's thirty one " is " Il a trente-et-un ans "
On a soixante
The french word for "object" is very similar to the english one. We say "objet" in french.
One hundred and eleven in French is Cent et onze.
One could say "Je m'ennuie!"
To say "we," one typically uses "nous."
Try this one is "essaies celui-ci (masc.) / celle-ci (fem.)" in French.
the next one = la suivante
The french for "late" is "en retard". For example, to say "I am late", one would say "Je suis en retard."
There is no one word...this is a phrase. The phrase in French is Peux-tu parler français? (with a cedille under the c). Literally means, "Are you able to speak French?" You could also say parles-tu français ? which is easier to say. Peux-tu parler francais? translates to Can you speak French? and Parles-tu francais? Translates to Do you speak french? Either one is correct , but for me the easiest one to say is Parles-tu… Read More
Il est fini is more correct in the written French, but spoken French one can say C'est fini (not two n's)
To say 100 in French, you simply say cent. It's like in English where a cent is one hundredth of a dollar, or a century is 100 years.
" J'ai un chat " is the French translation for "I have a cat / one cat".
Paul is written the same in French. The pronounciation is close to the English one.
"un pour moi"
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