How do you use Sens in French?
Before looking at the meanings and example sentences let’s take a look at sentir in the present tense.
- je sens – I feel.
- tu sens – you feel.
- il, elle sent – he, she feels.
- nous sentons – we feel.
- vous sentez – you feel.
- ils, elles sentent – they feel.
What does the French word but mean?
goal, purpose, aim, object, view. zone des buts. goal area.
What is the French word for kissable?
|(familier)||bisou nm Ex : garçon – nm > On dira “le garçon” ou “un garçon”.|
|(sur la joue)||bise nf Ex : fille – nf > On dira “la fille” ou “une fille”. Avec un nom féminin, l’adjectif s’accorde. En général, on ajoute un “e” à l’adjectif. Par exemple, on dira “une petite fille”.|
What does the French word Pepe mean?
noun. [ masculine ] /pepe/ familiar. grand-père. grandpa.
Is Sens a word?
-sens-, root. -sens- comes from Latin, where it has the meaning “sense; feel. ” This meaning is found in such words as: consensus, dissension, extrasensory, insensible, insensitive, nonsense, sensation, sensational, sense, senseless, sensitive, sensor, sensory, sensual, sensuous.
How is he feeling in French?
How’s he feeling? Qu’est-ce qu’il a, Comment il va?
Is Sabot a French word?
Did you know? The term sabot may have first been introduced into English in a 1607 translation from French: “wooden shoes,” readers were informed, are “properly called sabots.” The gun-related sense appeared in the mid-1800s with the invention of a wooden gizmo that kept gun shells from shifting in the gun barrel.
Do you say kiss in French?
Translation of “kiss, kiss” in French. embrasser. bisou, bisou. t’embrasse.
How do you say French Kiss in France?
How to say “French kiss” in French. Now that you know baiser is used when talking about a romantic or sensual kiss, you probably won’t be surprised that un baiser profonde (a deep kiss) is the standard way to say “French kiss” in French. You might also hear the more descriptive un baiser avec la langue.