What is the meaning of Je suis perdu?

I’m lost I am lost

Translation of “je suis perdue” in English. I’m lost I am lost I’m confused.

What is the meaning of Qu est ce qu il?

Qu’est-ce qu’il a? : What does he/it have? What’s wrong with him / it? Still having difficulties with ‘Qu’est-ce qu’il a’? Want to improve your French?

What is the meaning of Allez Allez?

there you go, let’s go
Interjection. allez. As an expression of encouragement; there you go, let’s go, come on, that’s it, attaboy, attagirl quotations ▼

What is Je suis etudiant English?

Word forms: étudiant, étudiante. adjective. student.

How do you say je ne sais pas in English?

In French, the meaning of “Je ne sais pas” (pronounced juh nun say pah) is “I don’t know”.

What does C est ca say mean?

it’s that
What does it mean? Literally translated as ‘it’s that’, c’est ça is most often used as a sort of confirmation, the way English speakers will say ‘exactly’, ‘that’s it’, or ‘that’s right’.

How do you use Qu est ce que?

So, the question word qu’est-ce que is for asking open questions. It is placed in general at the beginning of the sentence. Qu’est ce que turns to qu’est ce qu’ in front of a vowel.

What does Allez les Bleus?

Fans of the French national team are sure to scream and chant “Allez Les Bleus!” whenever they get a chance to celebrate their squad. The French saying is pretty straightforward and very common sports talk as it simply means “Go Blue!”

What is vous mean?

vous → you. vous → y’all, you, yourselves.

What is am a student in French?

More French words for I am a student. Je suis étudiant. phrase.

How do you introduce in French?

Learn French – How to Introduce Yourself in French – YouTube

Is je ne sais quoi correct?

Or we can also use it, as in English, as a noun: un je ne sais quoi or hyphenated as un je-ne-sais-quoi. Both spellings are correct.

Do the French say je sais pas?

In French, the meaning of “Je ne sais pas” (pronounced juh nun say pah) is “I don’t know”. Slang variations of “Je ne sais pas” include “Je sais pas”, J’sais pas” and “Chais pas”.

What does C est la vie mean?

that’s life
: that’s life : that’s how things happen.

How do you say Qu est ce que?

How to pronounce ‘Qu’est-ce que C’est’ (What is This) in French

What is the difference between que and quoi?

Quoi means “what.” Que is like “that.” For example, J’espére QUE tu n’es pas trop fatigué. (I hope THAT you’re not too tired) or Il m’a dit QUE je suis marrant (He told me THAT I’m hilarious) Que always follows a noun otherwise you use qui.

How do you say did you call me in French?

Comment tu m’as appelé?

What do you mean by Vive la France?

Long Live France
Vive La France Means Long Live France
“Vive la France” is used by politicians, and also on special France days such as elections or Bastille Day, and sadly also for national tragedies to show one’s support for France and its ideals. In this context, it translates as “long live France”.

Why is the French team called Les Bleus?

French Expression
Go “Blues”! Usage notes: French sports team uniforms usually consist of blue jerseys along with some white and red in an echo of the French flag. For this reason – and also because their official names are very dull – French teams are nicknamed les Tricolores or, more often, les Bleus.

Is Tres bien formal or informal?

Options for Replying to a Secondary Greeting

French English equivalent Formality
Bien, merci ! Good, thanks! Neutral
Très bien, merci. Very well, thanks. Neutral
Ça va. I’m good. Neutral
Ça roule. Going well. Informal

Do French use nous?

Is there any? In reality in 90% of the cases, they both mean « we » in English. When speaking, the French tend to use less and less the « nous » form as it is always longer to pronounce.

How do you introduce yourself in French?

What we will say I am fine in French?

Je vais bien. / Tout va bien.
Or this is just a very neutral way to say you’re fine.

What are 3 greetings in French?

The most important French greetings include bonjour (hello), enchanté(e) (nice to meet you), bonsoir (good evening/hello), salut (hi), coucou (hey), Ça fait longtemps, dis donc (long time no see), Âllo (hello), Ça va? (how are you?), tu vas bien? (have you been well?), quoi de neuf? (what’s up?), au revoir!

How do you greet yourself in French?