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Ils sont in French means "They are" in English.

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ils sont ennuyants is the phrase for they are boring. The phrase is translated from English to French.

"They are" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Ils sont.Specifically, the pronoun ils means "they." The verb sont means "(they) are." The pronunciation is "eel soh."

ils sont, elles sontils sont, elles sont

sont ie. ils sont, elles sont = "they are" masculine and feminine pronouns respectively

"What have they become?" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase Que sont-ils devenus? The masculine plural question also translates less literally as "What became of them?" and "What happened to them?" in English. The pronunciation will be "kuh so-teel du-vu-nyoo" in Alsatian and Cevenol French.

Ils sont, elles sont means 'they are' in English.

There are = il y a They are = ils sont

ils sont inquiétants, ils sont angoissants.

"(They) are.." is an English equivalent of the French word sont. The third person singular verb of the present indicative may be preceded by the third person plural pronouns elles or ils, as the respectively feminine and masculine equivalents of "they." The pronunciation will be "(el) son" or "(eel) son" in French.

'sont' is the third person plural for the verb "être", 'to be'. Ils sont, elles sont mean 'they are' (masculine then feminine version)

They are in french is : Ils sont (For masculin they) or Elles sont (for feminin they)

lots of words can come after "sont""sont" is a forme of to be "ils sont / elles sont": they are.sont + adjectives: ils sont vieux ; elles sont belles ; les voitures sont rouges (they are old; they are beautiful; the cars are red)+ adverb: ils sont ailleurs (they are elsewhere)+ participles : ils sont partis ; les repas sont finis (they are gone; the meals are finished)Just place after "sont" the words you would put after "[they] are" in English.

ils sont amoureux, ils s'aiment

"ils sont" (masc.) or "elles sont" (fem.)

ils sont gentils/elles sont gentilles

ils sont affreux/elles sont affreuses

"They're there!" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Sont là! The declarative/exclamatory sentence represents colloquial, conversational, friendly, informal French whereby pronouns -- elles or ils, in this case -- are not included since verb endings make the subject clear. The pronunciation will be "so la" in French.

It means "They are" -- feminine. Masculine would be "Ils sont"

ils sont = they are Note: "ils" is masculine of 'they"; "elles" is the feminine of "they".

Comment s'appellent-ils? in French is "What are they called?" or "What are their names?" in English.

ils sont vrais, elles sont vraies

Ils sont mignons / elles sont mignonnes (feminine)

They are serious = Ils sont serieux

"Sont" is a conjugation of être - to be. Ils sont means "they are" and les is the plural definite article. So "sont le" does not mean anything in itself, but may be next to each other in a sentence.

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