What does this word mean je jouais?
Je jouais means "I played", past tense of "je joue" (I play).
jouer Ã l'imparfait : je jouais tu jouais il, elle jouait nous jouions vous jouiez ils, elles jouaient
pourquoi m'avez vous bloquer alors que je jouais sur vip merci de me répondre
je t'aime or je t'adore
Jouer is an "er" verb, and conjugates as "aimer". future : j'aimerai > je jouerai imparfait : j'aimais > je jouais passÃ© composÃ© : j'ai aimÃ© > j'ai jouÃ©. Link goes to the conjugations for jouer.
I must - je dois
I live - I'm alive
Je porte means 'I am wearing' (clothes) or 'I am carrying' (parcels, burdens, etc...)
The statement 'Je m'en vais' means I'm going, I'm leaving. In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. I'm going away
je me lÃ¨ve : I get up
"je t'embrasse fort" is translated "I kiss you intensely / strongly" "je ne peux..." means "I can't..."
The word 'je' is a personal pronoun. Its equivalent in English is I. The word 'avoir' is the infinitive form of the verb. Its equivalent in English is to have. The phrase 'j'ai' is the French equivalent of the English 'I have'.
"je suis une dolly" means "I am a 'dolly'". Dolly is an English word, not French.
Je suis beau would mean "I am beautiful" or "I am handsome". Beau is the masculine form of the word, so the person saying this is a male.
remarks on "je ne pas de sour": there is no verb in that sentence, and sour is not a French word. I gather that you mean "je n'ai pas de sous" which means familiarly "I have no money"
"Je t'aime mon pote" : "I love you pal" "bestest" is not a french word
The sentence 'Je pense donc je suis' means I think therefore I am. In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The verb 'pense' means '[I] am thinking, do think, think'. The conjunction 'donc' means 'therefore'. The verb 'suis' means '[I] am'.
je t'aime means 'I love you'
The statement 'Je suis francais' means I'm French. In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The verb 'suis' means '[I] am'. And the adjective/noun 'francais' means 'French'.
The word "you" is not French, so it is not clear what this is meant to mean.
''kitwe'' is not a word in French. The rest of the sentence would mean ''I will be (kitwe) tomorrow I want to meet you.''
to mean = "signifier, vouloir dire" you see what I mean = tu vois ce que je veux dire.
Translation: No. I don't have a [word missing]. I am an only female child.
sin je je je je means that to to to to
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)
I put it away or I tidy it up or I put it on the shelf.
'Je' means 'I' 'Tu' means 'You' 'Elle' means 'She' The word 'etre' is the verb 'to be' So 'Je suis' means 'I am' 'Tu es' means 'You are' 'Elle est' means 'She is'
Nothing. The word can't be broken down like that. This word is a mistranslation of the four consonants of God's name: YHVH
There are no helping verbs in the French language. (remember 4th grade.. am, is. are... do, does, did..) I walk. -------------Je marche I am walking.-----Je marche I would walk-----Je marche I did walk.---------Je ne marche. (NO, ne does not mean 'did', it just informs you that the verb happened in the past ) --shel
It usually means "I am." "Je"- I, and "suis"- am. The other forms of this phrase are: Je (I) suis(am) Tu (You) es(are) Il/Elle/On (he/she/it) est(is) Nous (We) sommes(are) Vous (You all) estes(are) Ils/Elles (They) sont(are)
Je t'aime or je t'adore
The sentence 'Je n'aime pas Noel' means I don't like Christmas. In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The adverb 'ne...pas' means 'not'. The verb 'aime' means '[I] like, love'. And the noun 'Noel' means 'Christmas'.
The statement 'Je ne sais pas pourquoi' means I don't know why. In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The adverb 'ne...pas' means 'not'. The verb 'sais' means '[I] know'. And the adverb/conjunction 'pourquoi' means 'why'.
"a je mir" doesn't mean anything in French.
They mean 'I love you' and 'I adore you'
The statement 'Lui que je veux' means He [is the one] whom I want. In the word-by-word translation, the personal pronoun 'lui' means 'he, him' for emphasis. The relative pronoun 'que' means 'whom'. The personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. And the verb 'veux' means '[I] want'.
Je means 'I'.
The English equivalent of the French sentence 'Non, je ne fais pas de jogging' is No, I don't jog. In the word-by-word translation, the adverb 'non' means 'no'. The personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The adverb 'ne...pas' means 'not'. The verb 'fais' means '[I] do, make'. The preposition 'de' meaning 'from, of' works as the partitive construction to mean 'any'. The noun 'jogging' is an English loan word.
"Je amour tu" is an incorrect, word by word translation of "I love you". The correct sentence would be Je t'aime.
Je vais dans mean I'm going in.
Semme is not a French word, however, the sentence 'Je suis en France cette semaine" would translate to "I am in France this week."
you put 'ne' and 'pas' on either side of a word, for example 'je ne comprehend pas' means 'i do not understand' je = i, comprehend = understand, ne pas kinda = do not
"je veux dire" translates as "I mean / I want to say" Tu vois ce que je veux dire ? = See what I mean?
I love it/him/ her (Je t'aime) I adore him/her/ it (Je l'adore)
'Je lis' - I read
je means in french, I,my.
je dois means i have
"je mangeais" is the past form of "je mange" je mange = I eat, I am eating je mangeais = I was eating
The French question 'Sais que je t'aime?' means Do you know that I love you? In the word-by-word translation, the verb 'sais' means '[you] know'. The conjunction 'que' means 'that'. The personal pronoun 'je' means 'I'. The personal pronoun 'te'* means 'you'. And the verb 'aime' means '[he/she/it] love'. *The letter 'e' is dropped in front of a word that begins with a vowel.
Je te n'aime pas means "I don't like you" or "I don't love you". Use Je ne vous aime pas if you don't know the person well.
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.