Most popular questions and responses by french
  1. Mya PLEASE :)

    What is the correct form of lequel to replace the follow noun: le balcon - Lesquels - Lequel - Lesquelles - Laquelle What is the correct form of lequel to replace the follow noun:le magasin - Lesquelles - Lesquels - Lequel - Laquelle What is the correct

    asked on March 9, 2015
  2. french

    What is the difference between quel and lequel?

    asked on June 14, 2008
  3. Pratigya

    Please translate all this French into English. Please don't write the answer all together (squished together). Leave space, like I did.Thanks. On passe un bon film au Gaumont On y va? Pas possible j'etudie pour l'nterro demain d'accord alors a demain

    asked on November 6, 2010
  4. french

    Can all verbs become pronominal verbs after you add "se" infront?

    asked on June 8, 2008
  5. french

    What is the differences between vivre and habiter?

    asked on May 27, 2008
  6. mtap

    There were 42 mangoes in each crate. Twelve such crates of mangoes were delivered to a factory. Four mangoes were rotten and had to be thrown away. The remaining mangoes were packed into boxes of10 mangoes each. How many boxes of mangoes were there?

    asked on October 29, 2016
  7. french

    relative pronouns What I know so far : The relative pronoun used as a subject of a dependent clause is "qui", for a direct object is "que", to replace the preposition de is "dont" and for place and time is "ou". What if it is a indirect object? For

    asked on June 8, 2008
  8. french

    les verbes suivis de l'infinitif We are learning about infinitifs following a verb, so its either nothing following, like aimer... the preposition "a", like chercher a and the preposition "de", like accepter de... I just want to know is there actually a

    asked on May 27, 2008
  9. french

    When a sentence is in passe compose, which has an auxiliary verb, and it also has an infinitive. Where does the direct or indirect pronoun go? Infront of the auxiliary verb or the infinitive?

    asked on May 26, 2008
  10. french

    Les pronoms d'objet direct. J'ai fait mes devoirs. Is this correct? Je les ai faits. with "s" after fait?

    asked on May 16, 2008
  11. french

    Do you always need inversion for using que? Que cherches-tu? Que cherche Marie? How do you add "elle" to this last one? Is it: Que Marie cherche-t-elle? With qui, Qui cherche Marie? How do you know is it, who is looking for Marie or who is Marie looking

    asked on June 14, 2008
  12. french

    What is the difference between se rappeler and se souvenir, when to use which?

    asked on June 8, 2008
  13. french

    Is housewife a job? How do you say "I will have to take care of my children" in french?

    asked on June 4, 2008
  14. french

    what are pronominal verbs? Are they used the same way besides that theres an object pronoun?

    asked on May 30, 2008
  15. french

    Nous avons fait de belles promenades. Is this correct? Do you need "de" between fait and belles?

    asked on May 29, 2008
  16. french

    The use of the pronouns y and en is confusing, i know y is used for a place, but also with certain verbs followed by "a": pense a...for example. How do i know i don't use other direct or indirect object pronouns. Same for "en", when do i use it and when do

    asked on May 23, 2008
  17. french

    I think I asked this before... This sentence: C'est meilleur prendre plus le transport.... My instructor said there is a "de" before in "C'est meilleur de prendre plus le transport." Is that correct? But why? And also for C'est difficle de se

    asked on May 15, 2008
  18. french

    How do you say "the car uses a lot of gas, it cost a lot of money to fill up gas" La voiture utilise beaucoup de gaz, il coute beaucoup d'argent pour fait le plein d'essence. Does it makes sense?

    asked on May 10, 2008
  19. french

    Today we learnt about negative of quelque chose. 1) J'ai entendu quelque chose. = Je n'ai rien entendu. 2) J'ai pense (passe compose) a (accent grave) tout. =Je n'ai pense a rien. Why is that in 1) rien is infront of the verb, and 2) is after the verb? How

    asked on May 7, 2008
  20. french

    in French how do you say which i really liked

    asked on March 11, 2016
  21. french

    Is this how you say I like being a child. We can play all the time! “J'aime être un enfant! Nous pouvons jouer tous les jours!”

    asked on June 18, 2009
  22. french

    I have questions about pronominal verbs, let say "se arreter". Je m'arrete means I stop right? But does j'arrete also mean I stop? So why would you use pronominal?

    asked on June 7, 2008
  23. french

    Je ____ une agence de voyages ou on doit le ____, ils ____ tres bien le pays. Complete it with connaitre of savoir. i think the first one is connais?...second one dunno...third one is savent?

    asked on May 20, 2008
  24. french

    What is the difference between savoir and connaitre?

    asked on May 20, 2008
  25. french

    How do you say "at night"....le soir? about in the morning, in the afternoon, i don't know what particles to use

    asked on May 20, 2008
  26. french

    I am confused with direct object pronoun and indirect object pronoun, since "me, te, nous, and vous" are the same for both, how can you tell the difference?

    asked on May 18, 2008
  27. french

    utiliser un pronom complement d'object direct: Tu utilises souvent Internet pour faire des recherches? Is it....Je l'utilise souvent pour les faire. or Je l'utilise souvent pour faire des recherches.

    asked on May 13, 2008

    hi so i wanted to know what conjugation (present) do we use for Le,Les. For example for Je we end the word with a s. Finir turns into Finis when Je is infront of it.

    asked on September 17, 2013
  29. french

    Here is my story with all of the changes: Jean Paul n'a pas aimé partager ses choses. Par exemple, un jour il est allé à la plage. Il a apporté trois pelles, cinq seaux et deux parapluies. Sally lui a demandé si elle pourrait emprunter une pelle parce

    asked on June 18, 2009
  30. french

    for fishing, is it faire la peche? For activities in general, is it usually with faire? Faire du ski, faire du jogging...etc.

    asked on June 13, 2008
  31. french

    Is there pronounciation difference for the futur simple and the conditionnel in "je"? Other forms; tu, il, nous...etc., the two will sound different right? Je parlerai, Je parlerais

    asked on June 11, 2008
  32. french

    I want to ask the pronounciation of the future simple. je parlerai tu parleras il parlera nous parlerons vous parlerez ils parleront Is parlerai sounds the same as parlerez, parleras same as parlera, and parlerons same as parleront?? Cause the three pairs

    asked on June 7, 2008
  33. french

    Je commencerai aussitot que tu arrivera. I get the first part is I will start as soon as....but why for arriver, you need to use le future simple? "I will start as soon as you will arrive"?

    asked on June 4, 2008
  34. french

    when i want to say to take pictures, is it prendre des photos ou des images? And do you use les or des?

    asked on May 29, 2008
  35. french

    L'imperfatif avec les pronoms: Mange ton dessert.= Mange-le. Va chez toi.= Vas-y. Prends tes affaires.= Prends-les. Are these correct?

    asked on May 26, 2008
  36. french

    Pronouns Je parle de mon frere. Why is it "J'en parle." I thought en is only for things and not for people. Should it be Je lui parle. ?

    asked on May 26, 2008
  37. french

    As-tu repondu a la lettre se ta soeur? How would I know whether to use indirect object pronoun or the pronoun y? J'y ai repondu. or Je lui ai repondu. Sorry i don't know how to do the accents.

    asked on May 25, 2008
  38. french

    How do you say driving will destroy the environment? i know the individuals words, i am not sure how to put in a correct sentence. Se deplace en voiture detruit l'environnement.

    asked on May 17, 2008
  39. french

    I am getting confused with depuis, pendant and il y a. Can anybody clarify when to use which?

    asked on May 14, 2008
  40. french

    How do you say "it is always on time" est toujours a l'heure?

    asked on May 9, 2008
  41. french

    How do you pronoun "eu", is there a website that I could search for pronunciation?

    asked on May 5, 2008
  42. Brittany

    Bonjour! For our French class, we are making a French dish and my partner and I have decided to make "Tarte Chocolat Coco" We think that we have a pretty good idea about how to make this, but could someone give me a translation of this recipe so we don't

    asked on April 29, 2008
  43. Franny

    I need to write a poem in french. I was looking for examples of french poems that rhyme but I can't find any. Can you please help me find some rhyming french poems? Thanks in advance

    asked on January 9, 2008
  1. french


    posted on June 18, 2009
  2. french

    is it also correct to say, faire de la lecture, faire de la peinture, faire du jardinage, faire du football?

    posted on June 14, 2008
  3. french

    so in general when we want to replace an indirect object (in this case, her mother) we use a(accent) qui? But for a direct object, we use que. For a subject, we use qui. Yeah, more examples would be helpful, thanks.

    posted on June 8, 2008
  4. french

    Lise a envie de voir sa mere. Elle pense souvent a sa mere The exercise we are suppose to do is to make it into one sentence. Lise a envie de voir sa mere qu'elle pense souvent. or Lise a envie de voir sa mere qui elle pense souvent. Which relative pronoun

    posted on June 8, 2008
  5. french

    Yes, i meant like Elle n'est pas allee chercher le journal. Does "le" go infront of auxiliary verb-est, or infront of the infinitive-chercher? Elle ne l'est pas allee chercher. or Elle n'est pas allee le chercher.

    posted on May 26, 2008
  6. french

    could it also be "Je l'ai repondu." Using direct object pronoun?

    posted on May 26, 2008
  7. french

    So is it okay to say... La voiture utilise beaucoup de gaz; il coute beaucoup d'argent pour faire le plein d'essence.

    posted on May 10, 2008
  8. french

    and also is this correct? c'est meilleur prendre plus le transport en commun et moins la voiture.

    posted on May 10, 2008