Words for ‘Horse’ in Other LanguagesWord for HorseLanguage & Country(il) ‘cavallo’Italian (Italy)(el) ‘cavall’Catalan (Spain and southern France)(el) ‘caballo’Spanish (Spain, Argentina, Mexico)’pferd’German (Germany)
How to Pronounce the French “W” When reciting the alphabet in French, the “w” is pronounced doo-bluh-vay. This literally means “double v” and is similar to the Spanish “w.” (Spanish is another Romance language where the letter “w” is not native.)
This rule applies to the pronunciation of French numbers in the hundreds, so with cent:
picador. the horseman who pricks the bull with a lance early in the bullfight to goad the bull and to make it keep its head low. bronco buster, broncobuster, buster. a person who breaks horses.
a. very well. Trabajamos muy bien juntos. We work very well together.
To ask someone their name, a stranger or someone older than you, ask, “Comment vous appelez-vous?”. When asking someone your own age, it’s “Comment tu t’appelles?” To answer, say “Je m’appelle” + Your Name.
Translation of “can write my name” in French
I can write my name. Je peux écrire mon nom. You can write my name down in that book. Vous pouvez écrire mon nom dans ce carnet.
The letter ‘Z’ in French is pronounced like the ‘Z’ in English: listen. … For example, notice how you do not hear the ‘Z’ in chez moi (at my house) and le riz (rice). The exception to this is in simple nouns such as le gaz (gas). Without the ‘Z’ sound, it would simply be pronounced [ga].
Y, in French (and most other Romance languages) is called “Greek i”. It’s pronounced “ee-grec” in French. Don’t forget to pronounce grec with the French r sound! Z, exactly like the English letter Z – if you’re not American, that is!
There are four ways to pronounce it: /e/ (as “e” in “hey”, called “closed e”), /ɛ/ (as “e” in “bet”, called “open e”), /ə/ (as “a” in the name “Tina”, called “schwa”), or it can remain silent; however, it may also form part of a larger group of letters where the pronunciation may be different.
French Numbers 1-100 Posted by Transparent Language on Sep 15, 2009 in Vocabulary0zéro[zay-ro]97quatre-vingt-dix-sept[kat-ra-van- dee-set]98quatre-vingt-dix-huit[kat-ra-van- dees-weet]99quatre-vingt-dix-neuf[kat-ra-van- dees-nurf]100cent[son]
The general rule is that where English uses a period when writing numbers, French uses a comma, and vice versa. So while “one million” in English is 1,000,000, in French it’s 1.000. 000. Alternately, un million can also be written 1 000 000, where the periods are replaced by single spaces.