What does je sors ma maitresse mean in french?
Je sors ma maitresse translates as "I am taking my (primary school) teacher out" or "I am taking my mistress out".
"je sors" means "I'm going out" in French je sors = I'm going out. / I go out.
sor is the french verb for je sors whitch means i leave
"Je sors" can translate to "I go out (leave)" or "I am going out (leaving)" it can also mean "I take out (i.e. an object)" or "I am taking out" .
je sors avec ...
Je sors Tu sors Il sort Nous sortons Vous sortez Ils sortent
I'm already going out with someone
to go out means "sortir" in french I'm going out with Sylvia (romantic relationship) = je sors avec Sylvia I'm going out to fetch the wood for the chimney = je sors chercher du bois pour la cheminÃ©e
"I'm putting the trash can out"
"I'm going out". That means either that you are leaving a room / a building through the door, or that you are going out to enjoy yourself in town. Another additional meaning is indicating a romantic relationship: Je sors avec Sandra = I'm going out with Sandra = she is my girlfriend Sandra sort avec lui = he is Sandra's boyfriend.
There is no specific translation for "dating" from English to French, although one can say "go out with" which would amount to "sortir avec" in French. One can also add the word "boyfriend" or "girlfriend" ("petit ami" or "petite amie", respectively) to this phrase: "Je sors avec mon petit ami" - I am going out with my boyfriend. "Je sors avec ma petite amie" - I am going out with my girlfriend.
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Lire lire- to read je lis- I read tu lis- you read il/elle lit- he/she reads Sortir sortir- to go out je sors- I go out tu sors- you go out il/elle sort- he/she goes out Aller aller- to go je vais- i go tu vas- you go il/elle va- he/she goes
"je sors, je serai de retour vers 19 h" means "I am going out, I will be back around 7PM".
To date someone is sortir avec quelqu'un. For example, I'm dating him. -- Je sors avec lui.
partir means to leave, sortir means get out of somewhere, go out, come out Je pars: I'm leaving, I'm going Je sors: I'm going out Je sors du métro: I'm going out of the tube arriver (to arrive, to come) is the verb meaning the contrary of partir entrer (to enter, to go in, to get in) is the verb meaning the contrary of sortir
je means in french, I,my.
as a question? vous me rendezvous pour dejeuner demain? this is "you meet me for lunch tomorrow?" litteral translation or as a statement "sortir pour dejeuner" conjugate the ending on 'sortir' to who your talking about, like je sors, tu sors, etc false. dejeuner is breakfast.
Je m'habille is 'I get dressed' in French.
Gerard AZZOLA has written: 'Je sors'
If you mean je in French, as in je joué or je fini, then it means I, as in I play or I finish. :0)
je me lÃ¨ve is I get up in French.
je sens is 'I feel' or 'I smell' in French.
"a je mir" doesn't mean anything in French.
'je travaille' means " I'm working " in French.
Je remercie Dieu is "I thank God" in French.
Je suis anglais means 'I am English' in French.
Je suis is French for 'I am'.
je suis means 'I am' in French.
"Je mangerai" means "I will eat" in French.
je suis means "I am" in English.
je t'aime or je t'adore
je dois ... means I have to ..., I must ....
Je vaux means "I am worth" in French.
Sortir (to go out) is not a regular verb. This is the present conjugation: Je sors tu sors il sort elle sort nous sortons vous sortez ils sortent elles sortent Past participle= sorti Sortir is a DR MRS VANDERTRAMP verb, therefore in the past, sortir takes etre.
Je t'adore means "I adore you / I love you". Ponche has no meaning in French.
"Je t'attends, viens" means "I'm waiting for you, come" in French.
The words "moi je" are French for "me I". Without a context they don't really mean anything. But you could say something such as "Moi, je suis fatigue" meaning "As for me, I am tired".
It means: "I am French"
(je) n'ai means (I) do not have in French.
Je suis qui je suis means 'I am who I am' in French.
May is basically "can" so in french if your saying "Can I?'' You say "Puis-je" but if your saying " I can" then it is "Je peux" If you mean the month may then it is "Mai"
Je t'aime means 'I love you'
"je suis là" is French for 'I am there'
Je t'adore means "I adore/love you."
Je m'amuse means I am enjoying myself.
it's Je m'apelle it means : My name is
It's spelled Je suis and it means "I am"
je l'aime means "I love him/her/it" in French.
Je t'adore is French for I love you, I adore you.
It is spelled Je t'aime and it means i love you in French Yes. Je t'aime means 'I love you' in French and j'aime means 'i love'.