How is the phrase 'les deux magots' pronounced in French?
Leh duh mah-goh is a French pronunciation of 'les deux magots'. The definite article 'les' means 'the. The number 'deux' means 'two'. The masculine noun 'magots' literally means 'piles, bundles'. It's the name of a world famous café in Paris, France. And the word 'magots' refers to the café's two statues of ancient Chinese commercial agents.
you spell filling in french like this...remplissage...your welcome! remplissage is a translation in french, you did not directly answer the question.My answer is F-E-ducel E N G. must be pronounced in english alphabet. I write ( ducel )as an example of two L . In french deux L(pronounced as ducel) meaning double L. Deux pronounces as ( du )but different on utterance.
"You two, (what a) beautiful look!" is an English equivalent of the French phrase "Vous deux, belle allure!" Specifically, the personal pronoun "vous" means "you all." The number "deux" means "two (2)." The feminine adjective "belle" means "beautiful, handsome." The feminine noun "allure" means "appearance, look, style." The pronunciation is "voo deuh (kehl) beh-lah-lyoor."
"Our two hearts beat to the rhythm of the prairie" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Nos deux coeurs battent au rhythme de la prairie. The declarative/exclamatory statement models a rare instance in which English and French phrase or sentence structure resemble one another. The pronunciation will be "nos duh kuhr ba-to reet-muh duh la preh-ree" in French.