What is the English translation of the French phrase La petite maison?
"La petite maison" translates as "the little house" in English.
The word 'cottage' is spelled the same in French as in English. Some French also use the phrase 'petite maison' which literally means little house.
Une petite maison
"our little house"
the small house
ta maison / votre maison est petite et vieille
"A young animal" is just one of many possible English equivalents of the French phrase une petite. Specifically, the feminine singular indefinite article/number une means "a, one." The feminine noun petite translates as "a baby animal, a darling, a petite female, a petite size, a young animal" according to context. The pronunciation will be "yoon puh-teet" in French.
ma petite maison means 'my little house' in French. "Maison" is a feminine noun so the possessive is 'ma' and not 'mon' which is used for masculine nouns. Same for the adjective.
plus grande est la maison plus petite est la paie (paise means nothing in French) : the bigger is the house, the smaller the income.
Translation: Elle est petite.
"Are you big or small?" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Est-ce que tu es grande ou petite? The interrogative posed to a feminine family member, friend or peer also may be rendered literally into English as "Is it that you are big or little?" The pronunciation will be "eh-skuh tyoo ey grawn-doo puh-teet" in French.
The little mermaid :)
The literal translation is... petite oranges
"You act like a little girl" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Tu fais petite fille. Specifically, the personal pronoun tu means "(informal singular) you." The verb fais means "(informal singular you) are doing, do, do do." The feminine adjective petite means "little, small." The feminine noun fille means "girl." The pronunciation will be "tyoo feh puh-teet fee" in French.
petite (fem.) means small in French. The masculine adjective is 'petit'.
Trop mignonne, cette petite! in French means "Too cute, this little girl! in English.
Amusez-vous bien, ma petite! in French means "Have fun, my little one!" in English.
mon petit (masculine) ma petite (feminine)
After you, my little one is an English equivalent of 'Apres toi, ma petite'. The words in French are pronounced 'ah-preh twah mah puh-teet'. In the word by word translation, the preposition 'apres' means 'after'. The feminine possessive 'ma' means 'my'. The feminine adjective/noun 'petite' means 'little one, dear one'.
petite entrée gourmande = little gourmet entree
Je t'aime aussi, ma petite chèvre! in French means "I love you too, my little goat!" in English.
There is no specific translation for "dating" from English to French, although one can say "go out with" which would amount to "sortir avec" in French. One can also add the word "boyfriend" or "girlfriend" ("petit ami" or "petite amie", respectively) to this phrase: "Je sors avec mon petit ami" - I am going out with my boyfriend. "Je sors avec ma petite amie" - I am going out with my girlfriend.
'Petite' is a French word, meaning 'little'. It came to english in the context of fashion and clothing as meaning 'extra small in size'. I French however a 'petite' dress is a short dress rather then a dress for a small person.
It means "the little house".
A small party at house
"Are you coming to my party?" in English is Tu viens à ma petite fête? in French.
"Short" in English is court or petit regarding a male and courte or petite regarding a female in French.
Literally: The little daughter (or girl) of the sea.
"To see my girlfriend" is an English equivalent of the French phrase à voir ma petite amie. The prepositional phrase translates literally as "to see my little (female) friend" in English. The pronunciation will be "a vwar ma puh-tee-ta-mee" in French.
The French word "petite" is often used in English to mean small and dainty. However, there is no word in French that carries the two meanings (small + elegant) in a single noun. In French, petite only means small.
"Ma petite chérie" referring to a female, or "mon petit chéri" when referring to a male are just terms of endearment in French, but if you want a literal translation, it would be, "my little dear."
A landmark for early European travellers was a stone outcropping on the banks of the Arkansas River. It was named La Petite Roche, in 1722, by French explorer Jean-Baptiste Bernard de la Harpe. English-speakers accepted the name, in English translation as Little Rock.
'Le petite chien' is not right. It should be 'le petit chien' for male dog and 'la petite chienne' for female dog. It means The little dog.
"How's it going, my little lady?" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase Comment ça va, ma petite madame? The question also translates as "How is it going, my little Mrs.?" in English. The pronunciation will be "kuh-maw sa va ma pteet ma-dahm" in French.
"petite soeur" (pronounced "puh-teet-sir")
"A small party" in English is un petit groupe for a group of people or team and une petite fête for a feast in French.
Japanese: chiisai onnanoko Mandarin: xiǎo nǚ(with 2 dots) hái French: petite fille
GARAGE a small garage= petite garage a big garage = grande garage Garage is the same in french as well as in English!
Une petite douceur "Sweet" means in this case "bonbon." Some variations: * un petit quelque chose sucré * une petite sucrerie * une petite friandise
Un Ã©tage is a floor or storey in a house. On habite dans une petite maison Ã Ã©tages means 'we live in a small house with several floors / a small multi-storied house"
"My girlfriend does likewise (the same)" is an English equivalent of the French phrase Ma petite copine en fait aussi. The pronunciation of the declarative clause in the third person singular of the present indicative will be "ma puh-teet ko-pee-naw feh o-see" in French.
Petite means small. as simple as that.
Petite is a French feminine adjective.
Est-ce qu'elle est ta petite amie? and Est-elle ta petite amie? are French equivalents of the English phrase "Is she your girlfriend?" The two questions translate, literally and respectfully, as "Is it that she is your little friend?" and "Is she your little friend?" in English. The respective pronunciations will be "eh-skuh ey-leh ta puh-tee-ta-mee" and "eh-tel ta ptee-ta-mee" in French.
"My little baby! Me too! You are my...!" is a literal English equivalent of the incomplete French phrases Ma petite bébé! Moi aussi! Tu es ma...! The phrases also translate as "My little babe (sweetheart)! Me also! You're my...!" in English. The pronunciation will be "ma pteet bey-bey mwa o-see tyoo ey ma" in French.
I speak french so you can trust this translation grand-père means grandfather grand-mère means grandmother petite-fille means grand daughter petit-fils means grandson
in English petite means small
Petite means small in French.
ma petite fleur means 'my little flower' in English.