What is the English translation of the French phrase 'emploi du temps'?
"Schedule" and "timetable" are two English equivalents of the French phrase emploi du temps.
Specifically, the masculine noun emploi literally is "employment, job, work." The word du means "of the" from the combination of the preposition de ("of") and the masculine singular definite article le ("the"). The masculine noun temps translates as "time, weather" according to context.
The pronunciation will be "aw-plwah dyoo taw" in French.
"Indeed complete" is just one English equivalent of the French phrase bien complet. Specifically, a precise translation depends upon the conditions under which the French phrase is used. But generally speaking, the adverb bien literally translates as "fine, good, well." The masculine adjective complet literally translates as "complete." The pronunciation will be "byah kohm-pleh" in French.