"It would be hot" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Il ferait chaud. The pronunciation of the temperature- and weather-related idiomatic expression in the third person impersonal of the present conditional -- which translates literally as "It would do/make hot" -- will be "eel freh sho" in northerly French and "eel fuh-reh sho" in southerly French.
Mercredi il fait chaud is a French equivalent of the English phrase "Wednesday is hot."Specifically, the masculine noun mercredi means "Wednesday." The masculine pronoun ilmeans "he, it." The verb fait means "(he/she/it) does/makes, does do/make, is doing/making." The masculine adjective/adverb chaudmeans "hot."The pronunciation will be "mehr-kuh-dee eel feh shoh" in French.
C'est un courant dans un fluide (eau, air) : comme un courant marin, ou un courant d'air. Il est causÃ© par des diffÃ©rences de tempÃ©ratures (ex: l'air chaud monte).
Garder au chaud is keep warm in french. It is translated from English to French Language.
"dans un pays chaud" means "in a hot country" in French. This is commonly used for countries with a tropical climate.
"In a while warm indeed!" is a literal English equivalent of the English phrase Ã€ bientÃ´t bien chaud. The pronunciation of the adverbial phrase, adverb, and masculine singular adjective will be "a bya-to bya sho" in French.
un chocolat chaud is French for hot chocolate :)yess it is but if you were wondering what chaud would be in English it means hot.un chocolat chaud is French for hot chocolate :)
"You all, is each one of you hot?" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Vous, t'es chaud? The phrase most famously references one of the variations on opening lines by Michigan-born businesswoman, humanitarian and performer Madonna in French-speaking countries. The pronunciation will be "voo tey sho" in French.
chocolat chaud If this was directly translated it would be chocolate hot.
It's very hot
"You are hot, I like you"
Il fait très chaud aujourd'hui! is a French equivalent of the English phrase "It is very hot today!" The declaration translates literally as "It (the weather) makes (things) very hot today!" in English. The pronunciation will be "eel feh treh sho-zhoor-dwee" in French.
"chaud" is hot in French. Il fait chaud = it's hot.
chaud e.g Il fait chaud.
It means "you are very cute and hot".However, this is not proper french as chaud means hot as in 'the weather is hot' or 'my tea is hot'- it can not be used to describe someone.