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Faire in French is "to do" in English.

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Faire is a French equivalent of the English phrase "to make." The present infinitive also translates literally as "to do" in English. The pronunciation will be "fer" in northerly French and "feh-ruh" in southerly French.


"Let (them) do (as they wish)!" is one English equivalent of the French present imperative phrase Laissez faire! The pronunciation will be "leh-sey fer" in French.


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"What if your English is perfect" translated into French is: "Que faire si votre anglais est parfait?"


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"I want to party!" in English is Je veux faire la fête!in French.


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Faire la fête is a French equivalent of the English phrase "to party." The phrase translates literally as "to do a feast" or "to make one party" in English. The pronunciation will be "fer la fet" in French.



"I love making love with you!" in English is J'aime faire l'amour avec toi! in French.


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