How do you say I live in India?

How do you say I live in India?

Bonjour Anagha ! You would say either “J’habite en Inde.” or “Je vis en Inde.” Have a look at our lesson on how to say “in/to” with countries: Using en with feminine countries and au(x) with masculine countries to say in or to (prepositions) I hope that’s helpful!

How do you use J Habite?

Examples and resources

  1. Tu habites où ? Where do you live?
  2. J’habite à Londres. I live in London.
  3. Où habitez-vous ? Where do you live?
  4. J’habite à Paris. I live in Paris.
  5. Où habites-tu ? Where do you live?
  6. Vous habitez où ? Where do you live?
  7. J’habite à Hambourg. I live in Hamburg.
  8. J’habite à Lille. I live in Lille.

What is female student in French?

French Translation. étudiante.

How do you say you are a good student in Spanish?

Oh, eres un muy buen estudiante….

you tú usted
good bueno
student el/la estudiante

How do you say student Spanish?

Related phrases for student

  1. graduate student – postgraduado, -da.
  2. transfer student – estudiante de intercambio.

What do we call students in Spanish?

More Spanish words for student. estudiante noun. student. el alumno noun. pupil, disciple, schoolboy, schoolchild, junior.

How do you spell students?

Correct spelling for the English word “student” is [stjˈuːdənt], [stjˈuːdənt], [s_t_j_ˈuː_d_ə_n_t] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

What is a female child?

Definitions of female child. noun. a youthful female person. synonyms: girl, little girl.

Why do we say girl child?

Where does the word girl come from? The word girl, meaning “a female child,” originally meant any “child” or “young person,” regardless of gender. Girl, for “child,” is recorded around 1250–1300.

What is another name for little girl?

Words popularity by usage frequency

ranking word
#2832 daughter
#8568 girlfriend
#17939 missy
#52769 fille

How would you describe a girl in one sentence?

Affable – She has many friends and is a pleasure to be around. Ambitious – She has a personality that revolves around her goals and improving her situation. Captivating – She is a delightful person; you can’t take your eyes off her. Confident – She trusts her own abilities and knows that she has value.