I like you in French?
In French, to say I love you, you say:
Like who in french, clarify
The French economy is like a French economy. >:D
The French like Canadians because the French founded Canada and a lot of Canadians speak French.
Like french schools.
to like in french is aimer.
its just like french auri-vore its just like french auri-vore its just like french auri-vore its just like french auri-vore
I like him in French is Je l'aime.
drink plenty wine
like this 'how are you in french.'
YES WE LIKE THEM FRENCH FRIE POTATERS
like you is translated "comme vous / comme toi" in French
The French like coffee more
I like everything is 'j'aime tout' in French.
In French à aimer means to like in English.
french like to go to shops and eat spaghetti or pizza
I like French: J'aime le français I like the French: J'aime les français I like french class: J'aime le cours de français If you want to say "I like a lot/a little," in French in a sentence like: I like French a lot. I like French a little. A lot: Beaucoup A little: Un peu Example: J'aime beaucoup le français J'aime un peu le français To say "I don't like": Je n'aime pas Example: Je… Read More
The French for "we like to dance" is nous aimons danser.
"I like grapes" in French is J'aime les raisins.
i like your dress mean j'aime ta robe in french
I like your image in french is - J'aime ton image.
she would like is spelled 'elle aimerait' in French.
"I don't like" is "je n'aime pas" in French.
Je n'aime pas that's how you write i do not like in French
I like these sports is "j'aime ces sports" in French.
I like your style is "j'aime ton style" in French.
there were no french indians
You say we will in french like this........ Nous
Yes, I like french toast a lot. I like it especially with strawberries, eggs, and apple juice.
I would like is translated 'j'aimerais' in French.
For in French is pour. It is pronouced just like you would think, like the English pour.
I like your shoies is " j'aime tes / vos chaussures" in French
I like you more translates into French as 'je t'aime plus'.
j'aime sauter is the translation. This is the translation of I like skipping in French.
Je t'aime beaucoup means "I like you a lot" in French. It can also mean "I love you a lot" - in French the verb aimer can mean either to like or to love.
I like you is 'je t'aime bien' in French. The 'bien' makes all the difference between 'I like' and 'I love'.
Comme nous is French for "Like us" I'm assuming that when you say LIKE you mean, "similar to".
the french made up french polynesia, and i think they like govern french polynesia... idkk
'I like swimming' in French is 'j'aime la natation'. x
restaurant is French, but you pronounce it like restauran. (without the t) restaurant like you
french kissing looks like normal kissing theres no differance.x
I look like is "je ressemble Ã ..." in French.
the french drinks a lot of win
Yes. The French liked the Americana
I like- "J'aime"
J'aime : I like.
a seal in French is un phoque. yes this word in French sounds like the f word in English. by the way, it is not funny when people say this, it is just what it sounds like in French!
English: I like you. French : je vous aime and English: I love you. French: J'amour tu. or J'adore tu.
in french you spell performer like this performer in french=interprète
I would like is translated "je voudrais" or "j'aimerais" in French.
"J'aime faire du theatre" is "I like acting" in French.