What does qu est ce qu mean?
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")
that means : what is it ?
Qu'est-ce que tu as fait? means what have you done?
she is what she is
Qu'est-ce qu'un texte? - what is a text?
It means: "What can a man do?"
What is it that you don't like to do? Why?
Qu'est-ce que c'est? in French means "What is it?" in English.
"qu'est-ce que tu vas faire l'annÃ©e prochaine ?" means "what will you be doing next year?"
"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.**
What is IT maintenance?
"Is it that…?" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase Est-ce qu'. Specifically, the verb est means "(he/she/it) is." The masculine demonstrative pronoun ce means "it, this." The conjunction que* means "that." The pronunciation will be "e-skuh" in French. *The vowel e drops - and is replaced by an apostrophe - before a word which begins with a vowel.
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"What do you wear when you go to school?"
Where are you going for your trip?
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 ?
In English, "What do I do afterward?"
What does quel jour est-ce mean? Question type of sentence. 'Jour" : day --> representation/ positionning in time space 'est-ce": is it? /What? --> interogation Answer: Quel jour est-ce? (What day is it?)
What have you got in your bag?
Qu'est-ce que Terri voit de l'avion ? means What does Terri see from the plane?
Est-ce que tu means 'Do you . . . ?'
Can a newly-born baby catch influenza?
It is "do you....?" Do you like chocolate ? Est-ce que tu aimes le chocolat ?
C est quel genre de bague ?
Est-ce que je peux means "may I ..." in English
Est-ce qu'il fait beau ? Is the weather nice ?
It depends on what you want to say.
"Est-ce que vous avez ..." means "do you have..." in French.
Est-ce que tu vas ... means 'are you going ...' in French.
"Est-ce que tu veux ..." means "do you want ..." in French.
Est-ce que vous êtes célibataire = Are you single ?
oÃ¹ est-ce qu'elle va ? means "where does she go?" in English.
The phrase 'qui est-ce' means Who is it? In the word-by-word translation, the interrogative pronoun 'qui' means 'who'. The verb 'est' means '[he/she/it] is'. And the demonstrative pronoun 'ce' means 'this'.
I think there's a mistake in the grammar. I will try guessing what the sentence is. 1st guess: Qui est-ce qu'elle est? ----> Who is she? 2nd guess: Qu'est-ce qu'elle est jolie! -----> How pretty she is ! 3rd guess: Qui ect-ce qui est jolie? -------> Who is pretty?
It's badly spelt but perhaps you mean - est-ce que tu va faire............? - are you going to do.......?
Est-ce que tu aimes ... means "Do you like ..." in English.
OÃ¹ est-ce qu'on va means 'where do we go, where are we going' in French.
The words est-ce are French and translate into English as the words is this. These words translate into Italian as e questo.
"est-ce que Ã§a va ?" means "how are you / are you doing well" in French
"Est-ce que" is a question form; that means roughly "is it?". The affirmative phrase "c'est" means "it is".
do I know you? is the translation for est-ce que je vous connais ? in English.
Où est-ce qu'il travaille means "where does he works?" in French.
What is in Danielle's rucksack/backpack?
"est-ce que tu es..." means "are you...". Est-ce que is a very common question form, roughly meaning "is it". "Est-ce que tu es un garÃ§on" would read "is it that you are a boy?" if we translated that literally.
"Where does she live?" Breakdown: Ou (where) est-ce que (does) elle (she) habite (live)?
"est-ce que tu es triste" means "are you sad?" in French.
est-ce qu'elle Ã©tudie = is she studying / is she a student? qu'est-ce qu'elle Ã©tudie = what is she studying?
"qu'est-ce que Mad Akweley a achetÃ© ?" means "What did Mad Akweley buy?" in English.
"est-ce que tu parles franÃ§ais ?" means "do you speak French?"
qu'est-ce qui se passe Ã la maison : what's happening at home? qu'est-ce qui se passe Ã gauche de la maison: what's happening on the left of the house?