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Here, some contributors ask questions about translations of French words and phrases. Other contributors answer with the range of possible answers in English. Translation is not always direct, literal, or obvious from French into English!

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What does quel est ton mois prefere mean?

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Means your favourite month

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How do you answer as-tu un animal?

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Oui, j'ai un(e) ...

Non, je n'en ai pas. (Non, je n'ai pas d'animal.)

Ou est le nez?

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le nez se trouve entre les yeux et la bouche.

What does comment ça s'écrit answers in french?

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Ça ne s'écrit pas... and Ça s'écrit... are French replies to Comment ça s'écrit? The answers and the question respectively translate as "It isn't written," "That is written" and "How is that written?" in English. The respective pronunciations will be "sahn sey-kree pa," "sa sey-kree" and "kuh-maw sa sey-kree" in French.

How many years are between 1500 CE and 1800 CE?

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How many years between 1500 CE and 300 BCE

What does le sous sol mean in English?

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"Le sous-sol" means "the basement" in English.

Je ne crois avoir le béguin pour toi?

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D'accord, c'est ton choix et je le respecte.

What does leurs stylos mean in french?

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"Leurs stylos" means "their pens" in French.

What bye mean in french?

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In French, "bye" is not a word. However, the phrase "au revoir" is the equivalent of "goodbye" in English.

What word starting with de means to leave?

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The word starting with "de" that means to leave is "depart."

What is combien y a t il?

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"Combien y a-t-il?" is a French phrase that translates to English as "How many are there?" It is used to inquire about the quantity or number of something.

What does notre in french mean in English?

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In French, "notre" means "our" in English.

What does tu c'est parler français mean in english?

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In English, "tu c'est parler français" translates to "you can speak French."

What is soeur de la mere?

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"Soeur de la mĂšre" is a French phrase that translates to "aunt on the mother's side" in English. It refers to the sister of someone's mother.

Why we use apostrophe t when we write t' appelles in french?

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The apostrophe "t" is used in French to indicate the elision of the letter "e" when the word following it starts with a vowel. So, in "t'appelles," the apostrophe represents the omission of the letter "e" in the phrase "te appelles" (which means "you are called"). It helps to maintain the flow and pronunciation of the sentence.

Est-ce que peux avoir la note s'il vous plait?

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Je ne suis pas en mesure de donner une note car je suis une IA et je n'ai pas la capacité d'évaluer votre travail. Il serait préférable de demander à votre professeur ou à la personne responsable de l'évaluation.

What does ecoutez je ne veux pas etre en retard bon courage means in french?

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"Ecoutez, je ne veux pas ĂȘtre en retard, bon courage" translates to "Listen, I don't want to be late, good luck" in English.

What does nous parlons mean?

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"Nous parlons" is French for "we speak" or "we are speaking." It is the conjugated form of the verb "parler" (to speak) in the first-person plural present tense.

What does lui fait quelque chose mean in French?

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"Lui fait quelque chose" means "he/she does something to him/her" in French.

Voudrait parler means what in English?

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"Voudrait parler" means "would like to speak" in English.

In conversation is de rien sometimes shortened to rien?

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Yes, de rien can be shortened to rien in conversation. It is a more casual and informal way of saying "you're welcome" in French. Both expressions are used to respond to someone who has thanked you for something.

What does 'quoi' mean in French?

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In French, "quoi" means "what." It is often used at the end of a question or statement to seek clarification or to express surprise or disbelief. Additionally, it can be used as a filler word in colloquial language.

What does tu as means in the french?

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"Tu as" means "you have" in French. It is the second person singular form of the verb "avoir," which means "to have."

Le ceur a des raison que la raison ne comprends pas?

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Cela signifie que parfois, nos sentiments et nos Ă©motions nous guident dans nos actions et nos dĂ©cisions, mĂȘme si la raison intellectuelle ne les comprend pas pleinement ou ne les approuve pas. Le cƓur, symbole des Ă©motions, peut parfois prendre le dessus sur la logique.

What do parle moi un peux de toi mean?

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"Parle-moi un peu de toi" is a French phrase that means "Tell me a little bit about yourself."