What does mais je ne sais pas sur de ce qui est en gras mean in French?
"mais je ne suis pas sur de ce qui est en gras" is French and not Spanish. It means: "but I'm not sure about what is [written] in bold [characters]"
"oui je sais, mais t'aimes bien nan" translates as "yes I know, but you do like that, innit?" in French.
Don't you mean "Mais, je ne sais pas si tu peux parler français." Which means, "But, I don't know if you can speak French."
You know French, but I don't know it.
it means nothing in Spanish. Spanish is the language they speak in Spain. This is written in French, the language they speak in France. And in French "mais je ne suis pas sur de ce qui est en gras" means: "but I'm not sure about what is [written] in bold [characters]"
"Je t'aime mais tu ne le sais pas."
This phrase is french and translates to I do not know (Je ne sais pas) but (mais) this is the life (c'est la vie). ne pas, when wrapped around a verb, means not. c'est is "ce" and "est" together, meaning "this is."
"je ne sais pas parler [franÃ§ais] mais je sais Ã©crire un peu"
I don't know French but I would love to learn it: Je ne sais pas de français mais j'aimerais l'apprendre
Je sais means 'I know'.
but I know, I'm joking too (mais je sais, je rigole aussi)
I know but easier
I know that you can't read that, but even then / anyway
je ne sais pas
"Ja sai" doesn't mean anything in French. However, "Je sais" means "I know."
I don't know how that happened (to him/her?) , but I strongly regret it.
Je ne sais pas means 'I don't know'.
Tu sais parler français? Can you speak French?
"Je vais être tard" isn't correct in French. I think you would say "Je vais être en retard". In this case, it means : "I know but I think I will be late"
to know je sais tu sais i know you know
You may mean 'je ne sais quoi' which is a French phrase essentially meaning "who knows"
moi aussi means "me too" in French. "tu sais baiser" is a vulgar sentence translating "you know how to f*ck"
How do you say elaine i have not met you but i know i want to be part of your life and you mine in french?
i havent elaine t'ai rencontré, mais je sais que je veux faire partie de votre vie et vousmine I dont know french but I use google translate.
"Do you know?" is a literal English equivalent of the French present indicative question Sais-tu? The pronunciation will be "seh-tyoo" in French.
I believe you mean "je ne sais pas" which means "I don't know" No, I didn't mean "je ne sais pas," I meant "Je ne s'paul." The person phrased it specifically that way.
No sais means know
J'ai simplement want to garder sur vous aimer mais tout ce que je sais que c'est que vous amourdans mes rves can you translate?
I have simply = = wanna = want to (not French) = = garder sur vous aimer = keep on top of you to love = = mais tout ce que je sais = but all that I know = = que c'est que vous amour dans mes rêves = that is that you (the) love in my dreams. = It appears that what you have is some strung-together nonsense phrases.
but I know you don't miss me -- mais je sais que je ne te manque pas ("meh zhuh seh kuh zhuh nuh tuh mah[n]k pah")
It roughly translates into "I have a love but I don't know where she is."
Sais-tu ce qui m'est arrivé? in French means "Do you know what has happened to me?" in English.
"Tu sais pas" means "You do not know" in English.
'tu ne sais pas' means 'you don't know' in French. It can be said in an interrogative way (don't you know?). The form 'tu sais pas' exists in familiar, spoken language, but is not grammatically correct.
"You do not know" = "Tu ne sais pas" "I do not know" = "Je ne sais pas"
qu'est-ce que je sais ? /or/ que sais-je (a bit literary)
"I don't know what" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Je ne sais quoi. The pronunciation will be "zhuhn seh kwa" in French.
"Kuh sehzh" is a way of pronouncing the French "Que sais-je?" Specifically, the interrogative "que" means "what." The verb "sais" means "(I) am knowing, do know, know." The subject pronoun "je" means "I."
What does et vous êtes très gentille mais le meilleur c'est toujours Dieu je sais le que tu dise mean in inglesh?
It means- And I know you're very nice but the best is always God, I know what you say Or something..... When you write something in French please try to make it clear and it will make it easier for me to understand. Otherwise it won't really make sense.
sais pas comment faire
Tu sais tout
"Know" means "Savoir" in French Je sais - Tu sais - Il/Elle sait - Nous savons - Vous savez - Ils savent The present form
The word 'sais' is the first or second person singular form of the verb 'savoir', which means 'to know'. It's in the present indicative tense. It therefore means either I know ['je sais'] or you know ['tu sais'].
je sais comment tu te sens, je sais ce que tu ressens
"Je peux na sais que tu parlais français sa très bien" in English means "I didn't know you spoke French so well."
I had a dream but I don't know whether it was you or not.
Je ne sais pas, mais je lu que la coumarin c'est a non-polar... et vous qui savez?
Je ne sais pas exactement. Mais, je crois que non, monsieur. I don't know exactly but I believe not, sir.
Je ne sais pa!
"Que sais-je?" means "What do I know?" in French.
Je sais parler.
"je sais tout"
Je ne sais quoi means "I don't know what." The best translation of the idea of the phrase is the sense of something indescribable.