Que necesito means what I need.
The phrase "que belleza" in Spanish can be translated as "that beauty".
Qu'est-ce que tu as fait? means what have you done?
What is it.
Do you mean, "Que pasa"? If so, it usually means, "What's happening?" Or, "Sup?" Somthing of that catagory.
It's French, "What aein that tomorrow?"
Qu'est-ce que c'est? in French means "What is it?" in English.
qu'est-ce que means what? It is used to form a question, e.I.: Qu'est-ce que tu fais ? = what do you do ? Or What are you doing ? You could also ask: Que fais-tu ?
What is it that you don't like to do? Why?
Qu'est-ce que Terri voit de l'avion ? means What does Terri see from the plane?
What is IT maintenance?
"Qu'est-ce que tu fais le soir?" "What are you doing tonight?"**Actually this would mean "What do you do at night," in the sense of what you generally do most evenings. If you want to ask what somebody is doing tonight, it's Qu-est-ce que tu fais ce soir or Que fais-tu ce soir.**
In English, "What do I do afterward?"
Qu es-ce que vous mangez ?
"What do you wear when you go to school?"
it means que (that or which) in front of a wovelLe climat qu'aujourd'hui nous voyons : the climate that today we seeLe climat que nous voyons aujourd'hui : the climate that we see today
"qu'est-ce que tu vas faire l'annÃ©e prochaine ?" means "what will you be doing next year?"
It's normally written as "qu'est-ce que", a contraction for "que est-ce que", and it literally means "what is it that", thought it's used the way we'd say "what is". So, it's not a stand-alone phrase. You'd always be asking "qu'est-ce que [something]". For example, in the Talking Heads song Psycho Killer, the singer repeatedly asks "qu'est-ce que c'est" (pronounced kess kuh say), and he's asking "what is this" (or literally, "what is it that this is")
What have you got in your bag?
In France ? They usually wear "normal" cloathes : tux, jeans, sportswear..... Some wear traditionnal cloathes.
qu'ils means 'that they'. qu + apostrophe stands for 'que', ils is the third person plural.je sais qu'ils sont ici> I know that they are here
You say "quoi?" which is pronounced "kwa". If you mean - What? (because you didn't hear) then it is Comment? If you mean What as in What book? then Quel eg Quel livre? If what as in What are you doing? then Que eg Que faites-vous? If what as in What's new? then Quoi eg Quoi de neuf?quoi / qu'qu'est-ce que c'est = what is this ?you know what? = tu sais quoi ?
They play regular DVD's, Blue Ray Disks and connect to Netflix Instant Que. (Sorry if I spelled QUE wrong, it's pronounced QU...)
This sentence is all but incomprehensible. The only thing I can think of that it might mean is Qu'est-ce que tu as qu'il me faut ? -- What do you have that I need?
It depends on what you want to say.