How doy you say high school in french?
junior high school is called 'le collÃ¨ge' in French. Senior high school is called 'le lycÃ©e'
It's not French
je suis lycéen/lycéenne
J'ai appris le français au collège (junior high school), au lycée (senior high school). French speakers would just say "j'ai appris le français à l'école"
"Le doy", or "Te doy" for someone you're close to (family/close friends). Pronounced "lay doy" or "tay doy."
its DOY -CHUH while speaking say " doy chah"
une Ã©coliÃ¨re (until high school), une collÃ©gienne (in junior high school), une lycÃ©enne (senior high school)
etudiant for a high school student or eleve for an elementary student.
J'aime chanter à l'école secondaire.
From the French classes I took back in High School... It is : Aujourd'hui ce n'est pas mon anniversaire
hi there the answer is n'a pas fait i'm taking french in my high school so yeah we kind of just learned this thing. ;]
How do you say afterschool in French
'high' in french is 'haut'
no school in french is non école
dojenček. Pronunciation: doy-en-chuck. Plural of dojenček: dojenčke (doy-en-ch-ke)
Well you can get a job that requires teaching French like substituting for a middle school or high school French class, or you can teach it at like a school and do other classes you might be interested in like say if you loved two things. French and Science. you could try to get a job at a school to teach and substitute for those subjects too.
J'avais aller au une ecole d'immersion francais catholic secondaire -ignore the spelling
School is spelled école in French.
the school is ' l'Ã©cole ' in French.
doy mi corazon doy means give mi means my corazon means heart www.jumbaa.ning.com
Yes, I say it all the time.
elle fréquente l'université, elle VA en fac (faculté) (note that the French word 'collège' means junior high school)
prata (with a fada on the first 'a')
"A high school" is one English equivalent of the French phrase un lycÃ©e. Specifically, the masculine singular definite article and number un respectively mean "a" and "one". The masculine noun lycÃ©e translates as "high school, secondary school" in the United States of America. The pronunciation will be "eh lee-say" in French.
"High school" is an English equivalent of the French word lycée. Specifically, the word is a masculine noun in its singular form. It also may be translated as "secondary school" in the United States of America. The pronunciation wil be "lee-say" in French.
"j'ai fait trois ans de franÃ§ais au collÃ¨ge" Notice that "collÃ¨ge" is the name of the school coming just after primary education. (from age 11)
To say a schoolbag in French it is un sac a dos.
my school favorite mean mon école favorite in french
Secondary school is " l'Ã©cole secondaire " in French.
me doy una ducha me ducho
Te doy una pista.
a school of fish is called 'un banc de poissons' in French.
je vais Ã l'Ã©cole is the French translation for I get to school.
a sycophant or brown noser is called in French: - un sycophante (rare - very high level of language) - un flatteur (elevated level of language - but understandable by any French) - un fayot (familiar - a bit high-school)
High School secundaria privada
Les doy todo mi cariño / afecto (formal plural) Os doy todo mi cariño / afecto (familiar plural)
the school yard is called 'la cour d'Ã©cole' in French.
J'adore l'école is the translation in French. It is the translation of the phrase I love school.
la casa es grande
"Proviseur" for a public school. "Directeur" for a private school.
No. It is proper to say someone graduated FROM high school. You can't eliminate "from."
Unless it is a high school for birds ,which I doubt, I would say no...
Personally I would say Galena High School.
today was a good day in french
Mon école :)
lets want to get high in french is laisse vouloir obtenir haut
If you're also in high school then I say go for it.
go and be succsessfull and go to high school