What does chances mean in French?
[ˈtʃɑːns ] noun. 1. (= luck, co-incidence) hasard m.
Is chance masculine or feminine in French?
Chance is a feminine noun.
How do you say Chance in other languages?
In other languages chance
- American English: chance /tˈʃæns/
- Arabic: فُرْصَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: chance.
- Chinese: 机会
- Croatian: šansa.
- Czech: šance.
- Danish: chance.
- Dutch: kans.
What do you call a girl in French?
The word for girl in French is fille.
Is Ma Cherie romantic?
Like mon cœur and mon amour, ma chérie or mon chéri is said with an innocent, loving tone to either a lover or child, and even sometimes to a friend—especially in France.
What is the difference between á and à in French?
French is a hard language. But here is a helpful way of learning the difference between à and a. ‘a’ is a conjugated form of the verb ‘avoir’ e.g. il a un bateau (He has a boat)’à’ is commonly used as a preposition.
How is î pronounced?
- In Portuguese and Romanian, the letter î is pronounced /ɨ/ (that is, it’s pronounced higher than the usual i sound).
- In Afrikaans, a circumflex over a vowel indicates a close-mid vowel (as opposed to an open-mid vowel). .
What is the letter I in French?
How to Say the Letters
|G||/zheh/ – similar to the g in ‘massage’|
|H||/ah-sh/ – said like ‘osh’ in gosh, usually silent in French but there are a few words with an aspirated ‘h’|
|I||/ee/ – the sound in geek|
|J||/zhee/ – similar to jhee|
What sounds do the I make?
The short sound of I sounds like “ih”, and the long sound sounds just like its name “I” (eye). There are some similarities between this short /i/ sound and the short /e/ sound, so you should pay attention to the differences these 2 vowel sounds make.
What does ä sound like?
Pronouncing the umlaut Ä The short Ä is pronounced like the “e” in the word “bet” in English. It is like saying “eh”. The long Ä on the other hand is simply taking the short one and keeping the sound, so making it longer. It is like saying the “ay” in “say”.
What is the e sound?
Letter E is the second vowel of the alphabet, and it’s phonics sound is /e/ – sounds like “EH”.