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Translating English words into French. How you say and spell English language words and phrases in the French language.

Asked in History of the Philippines, Dance, English to French

History of la walk?

history of l.a walk dance
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What is cajun french translation for look at that?

cajunfrench translation for look at that
Asked in English to French, Questions en Francais, French Language and Culture, Grammaire Francaise

How do you describe your school in French?

You can say: 'Mon ecole est petite' <--'my school is small' Mon ecole est grande' <--'my school is big' 'les cours sont interessants' <--the classes are interesting. 'les profs sont intelligents' <--the teachers are smart. 'les profs sont amusants' <--the teachers are amusing. to say 'i am a student at ________. you say 'Je suis eleve a _________. for example; Gardens High School would be 'Je suis eleve a Gardens lycee. Or you can just abbreviate it by saying 'Je suis aleve a GHS.' hope i...
Asked in France in WW2, English to French, French Food

How do you pronounce french 17 course menu?

hors d'oeuvre (odaves)potage (potaaj) oeuf (uuf)
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How do you say I am well thanks in french?

I am well thanks is "je vais bien, merci" in French.
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How do you say bon voyage to a woman in french?

Bon voyage, the same sentence for man or woman
Asked in English to French, French to English

My bedroom description in french?

Il y a un lit, un bureau et une chaise, et des étagères. Le lit est un grand lit (double bed) / est un lit d'une personne (single bed) avec des draps beiges et une couverture bleue. A côté de mon lit il y a ma table de chevet, où je pose mon livre avant d'éteindre la lumière. Sur les étagères il y a mes livres de classe et des bandes dessinées. Au mur j'ai accroché des posters de .... Je me...
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How do you answer comment ca secrit?

You say 'ca s'ecrit ' and then spell the word you were asked about. If you can't spell the alphabet in french, better write it down; there are one or two traps in the pronunciation in french. In particular j and g sound like g and j. ...
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What are the main elements when decorating a home in French Country?

When decorating a home in the French Country you must try to achieve style that's both rustic and well-styled. You cannot have too many hard edges or bright colors. Muted colors and vivid decorations are the key to a good interior. ...
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How do you say sexual content in french?

Contenu sexuel or Teneur sexuelle
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What is the role of the salad bowl in French cuisine?

In French cuisine salad is served after the main course and before or after cheese. Sometimes it is served with the cheese or as the hors-d'oeuvre itself. ...
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What is a petit bateau used for?

Petit bateau is a french term meaning kids clothes. They also make baby jumpers for babies. Making women's clothes is something that they do too. You can find these items even on ebay. ...
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What French films can you get with English subtitles?

Some of the French films with English subtitles include but are not limited to: 8 Women, A Heart in Winter, Belle de Jour, Bitter Moon, Breathless, Jules et Jim, The Discrete Charm of the Bourgoisie, My Life in Pink, Hiroshima Mon Amor, and Children of Paradise. ...
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What does the word 'rire' mean in English?

Rire is a French word that translates to the English language as laughter. Laughter is the involuntary expression of a number of different positive emotional states. ...
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What is the French translation of the English phrase 'the French royal emblem'?

L'emblème royal français is a French equivalent of the English phrase "the French royal emblem". Specifically, the masculine singular definite article le* is "the". The masculine noun emblème means "emblem". The masculine adjective royal means "royal". The masculine adjective français translates as "French". The pronunciation will be "law-blem rwa-yal fraw-say" in French. *The vowel drops -- and is replaced by an apostrophe -- before a noun whose spelling begins with a vowel. ...
Asked in English to French, Numbers

What is the French translation of the English number '116'?

Cent seize is a French equivalent of the English number "116". Specifically, the masculine noun cent means "100". The masculine number seize translates as "16". The pronunciation will be "saw sez" in French. ...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, English to French, French Language and Culture

Why don't Americans like French cars?

Only the Bugatti is sold in America and no one can really afford it, so mainly because their not sold here. ...