The word "song" is considered as a feminine noun in French. It uses the pronoun "la".
Une chanson (fem.) is "a song" in French.
"adventurer" is "aventurier" in French. See linked song L'aventurier from the French rock band Indochine in 1982.
The French word "chanson" (feminine noun) translates to the English word "song".
It comes from the French meaning "melody/song".
Song lyrics: paroles d'une chansonas an adjective: lyrique
"Song" in french would be "une chanson"
Your song translates to French as 'votre chanson'
What is the french word french of Jack ? the french word for Jack its Jacques .
Capitaine Flamme (a song accompanying the name-sake cartoon) or "Ohé! capitaine abandonné" are two songs with 'capitaine' in it.
a song is spelled "une chanson / un chant" in french
It is a French colloquial word for ( Sparrow) she was small, and a song-bird, right.
French - song - was created in 2009.
i think it's a french word i was reading a french letter and this word is in their and i no its french.
No, bonchule isn't a word in french...but "bonchure" is a word in french
No, bikini is not a French word. Although it was used in French.
The word "word" in French is mot.
The French word is (avec).
It is not a French word.
The french word for if is "si".
The French word for on is sur.
The French word for am is suis! :)
The french word for fishing is "péche" and the french word for fisherman is "pécher."
No, "pouce" is the French word for thumb. "Pollice" is not a French word.