posted by Mischa on .
Based on all the questions I've asked. I believe there are no mistakes in these sentences?
-J'aime la musique japonaise.
-J'ai un frere, il a vingt sept ans.
-Elle a vingt ans.
-Elle est jeune, elle est jolie. (Should I use jolie or belle?)
-Elle aime la danse, le ski et le cinema americain. (with accents)
P.S. So far the grammar in my text is about masculin and feminin, (le la; chinois, chinoise; joli, jolie) and some conjugaison. (etre, aimer...)
whats hello in greek
Hello, Helen. Firt of all, when you post under French/Mischa everyone assumes it's a question on French. Be sure next time to select "Post a New Question" or it might not get answered.
You have a choice on "Hello:"
Greek (Greece, Cyprus) Geia sou
Greek (Greece, Cyprus) Geia sas
Greek (Greece, Cyprus) Geia
Salut, Mischa. You are doing well! Have you figured out how to do the accents yet?
frère; = not a run-on sentence, so just add a semicolon. vingt-sept (hyphenated)
After Elle est jeune, another semicolon to avois a run-on sentence. The adjective depends upon the "degree" of prettiness! joli/jolie = pretty and beau/belle = beautiful, handsome
When you say (with accents) I only hope you know "where."
O.K. I'll be typing a few grammar points for you.
I figured I rather do the accents by hand. lol
Yeah, I am pretty sure where the accent goes.
I was just wondering, how many languages do you know? You seem to know quite a lot.
LOVE this question! Since I taught English, Spanish, French and studied 19 different languages, my students always asked:
How many languages do you speak?
My answer: One at a time!
Wow, that's amazing!