How is What does this mean in french spelled?
The question has all words spelled correctly: "What does this mean in French?"
If you meant to ask how to spell "What does this mean in French" in French, then it would be "Qu'est-ce que ça signifie en français?"
Alaska is spelled the same in French.
sad is spelled 'triste' in French
November is spelled 'novembre' in French.
September is spelled 'septembre' in French.
in French its spelled MOI but pronounced muah and it mean "ME"
There is no French word spelled "locle".
Jonathan is spelled the same in French.
There is no French word spelled 'monfett'
The English article "a" is spelled 'un' or 'une' in French.
That brand name is spelled the same in French, but the name Nike doesn't mean anything in French. it's not French
The English name "Mel" is spelled the same in French.
Enterprise is spelled "entreprise" (fem.) in French.
The country name Niger is spelled the same in French.
to write is spelled 'Ã©crire' in French.
Law is spelled 'loi' (fem.) in French.
Dennis is usually spelled Denis in French.
A sister is spelled 'une sÅ“ur' in French.
A lot of names are the same in English as they are in French. Sarah is spelled the same. Beth is also spelled the same. Therefore there is no French meaning or spelling.
Don't you mean "burrito"? (it is spelled the same way in French)
That means nothing in French and is spelled the same way.
In French it is spelled "pôle", and it means the same thing it does in English - a pole.
I assume you mean the first name spelled 'GisÃ¨le' in French.
Sunday is spelled 'dimanche' in French. It means dimarche that mean Sunday
'Nephew' is translated 'neveu' and 'niece' is spelled 'nièce' in French.
nero (Roman emperor) is spelled NÃ©ron in French.
Village means and is spelled the same in both English and French, where it is a masculine noun.
It's the same word spelled the same in French. Not sure what you mean by "describe".
sku means nothing in French. But ski is spelled the same way as in English.
"L'ouverture" means the opening; the verb to open is spelled "ouvrir" in French.
mauve (a bright purple colour) is spelled the same in both English and French.
Anorak (a type of warm jacket) is spelled the same in French.
The first name Terrie would be spelled the same in French, but has no signification in that language.
He is called but it is spelled il s'appelle
Monday is translated lundi in French. the deadline "by Monday" is spelled "d'ici lundi" or avant lundi" in French.
Names don't "mean" anything else in another language. This is still a name and it would be spelled the same in French.
In French the word George means the thing as English. This only difference is it is spelled different.
The French phrase is spelled déjà vu, and it means "already seen".
colleague is spelled 'collÃ¨gue' in French. The spelling is the same in both masculine or feminine.
If you mean, what is the French for 'brother' then it's frere (with a grave accent on the first e)
I think that it's pronounced the same, but spelled differently.
No it is a French word. The slang for toilet is spelled loo
how is it going ? (should be spelled 'ça va')
It's spelled Je suis and it means "I am"
I think you mean "Sera," which mean "will be". Else the first name Sara would be spelled Sarah.
French is spelled "franÃ§ais"
the way you spelled it doesn't even look like french It's not, it's Haitian creole for me or my.
"comment Ã§a s'Ã©crit ?" means "how is it spelled? / how do you write it?" in French.
the English word coin is spelled 'une piÃ¨ce' (fem.) in French.
it means death. The origin is french, spelled Morte
if you mean "santé" as in "health" (translation to english) then it is spelled "santé"