elle ècrit et jolie anybody? :)
I went further. Thought it was something like "Her handwriting is nice"... So "Elle écrit est joli"...
thank you :)
glad someone else wrote that as well. : )
yeah that's what i heard too...
yep...me too :)
oui pareil !!
Yes, but I didn't make the mistake because I remembered that the lesson was about "verbs" :)
hahaha Très drôle ;) Moi aussi
she writes and I read
That was really hard to understand! It sounded like 'ehjolie'
understood: Eh, le fille est jolie! :-)
yes it sounds like et jollie
Why is it "elle écrit" and not "elle écrie"?
because it's the third person:
j'écris, tu écris, il/elle écrit
it is pronounced like "elle écrie", but it is spelled like "elle écrit".
google translate says lis is "lily" whats the deal here, i assume there is a reason one way or the other?
because google translate does not take tenses and conjugation into play when it translates things. (je lis, tu lit, il/elle lit, ect. are all tenses or to read.. like I read, you read, he/she reads)
google translate just stinks. It's really that simple
Lis is a verbal form of "Lire". The flower is a noun. Context helps.
Is the same reason why "Leo" in Spanish can mean either "I read" or the Zodiac sign.
I wrote elle écrit et je livre :(
I can't hear clearly.
She said like a frog)))kva, kva
Seriously, where can I learn how to conjugate the verbs in french? I'm finding that a harder job than understanding whole concept of the language at all.
any bescherelle book will do the trick.
That is what the police officer said when asked why they always go in pairs.
What a sweet couple.
The 's' is pronounced? Why not silent like in le jus and gris?