Is peanut butter poisio nous to dogs?
"nous gardons" comes from the French verb "garder", literally to guard. Depending on the context, it could mean: - nous gardons la maison (above dogs' picture on the gate): we're watching / standing guard - nous gardons la chambre: we are sick and have to stay in bed / in the bed room - nous gardons notre calme : we are keeping our calm
The statement itself is not correct. Since "Nous" can be either a subject pronoun or an object in the sentence, that sentence would not make sense. In order to understand it, let's break it down. "Nous" can mean "We" or "Us". "Aime" is the conjugation, although not the nous one, of the verb "aimer", which means to like. If nous were to be the subject, the verb would be conjugated in this way: Nous aimons…