What is the meaning of je ne sais pas?

What is the meaning of je ne sais pas?

Translation of “je ne sais pas” in English. Adverb. I don’t know I do not know I’m not sure I have no idea I can’t l don’t know I am not sure I just don’t know I don’t even know I didn’t know.

What is je ne pas?

A verb is required to go between ‘ne’ and ‘pas’. Normally this form is used to make a negative sentence in french. It is used for negation for 1st person form. For example. “Je ne sais pas” means “ I don”t know”.

What does je nai pas?

Translation of “Je n’ai pas de” in English. Adverb. I don’t have any. I am not I don’t have a I haven’t got a l don’t have a I haven’t got any I ain’t got no I can’t get a I haven’t any I didn’t have a.

How do you spell n’est pas?

The French expression n’est-ce pas (pronounced “nes-pah”) is what grammarians call a tag question. It’s a word or short phrase that is tagged on to the end of a statement, to turn it into a yes-or-no question. It is a question added to a declarative sentence to engage, verify, or confirm.

What are French people called?

People from France are called Frenchmen.

What do you call someone from Paris?

Since the late 19th century, Paris has also been known as Panam(e) (pronounced [panam]) in French slang. Inhabitants are known in English as “Parisians” and in French as Parisiens ([paʁizjɛ̃] ( listen)). They are also pejoratively called Parigots ([paʁiɡo] (

What is a French man called?

(frentʃmən ) Word forms: plural Frenchmen. countable noun. A Frenchman is a man who comes from France.

Do French guys kiss on first date?

French men don’t initiate any type of physical contact on a first date and, if they do, they ask you for permission first. Every single date I have been on here that resulted in a kiss, I have been asked permission before hand. I may only say yes to a kiss, but in their minds I have invited them home with me.

Are French guys loyal?

The poll seems to confirm the age old myth. Yes, French men are indeed notorious philanderers. Even though 45% of men in France remain faithful to their lady loves and wives, the majority are still committing the crime of juggling two or maybe even more lovers at the same time.

What is the female version of Monsieur?


How do you respond to Bienvenue?

Your suggestions would be welcome. And if you’re in Quebec, you’ll hear bienvenue used by itself to mean “you’re welcome.” So when you say merci (thank you) to a French person, he or she will respond with de rien or je vous en prie.

What should I reply after Merci?

The usual answer to “merci” in French is “de rien” which has about the same meaning as “no problem” and translates to “it’s nothing”. The most commonly used is probably “De rien”. Your “Pas de problème” is used also, and is more casual.

What is the correct response to Merci Beaucoup?

“Merci beacoup” means “thank you very much” so you would say “You’re welcome” back. “De rien” means “You’re welcome”. As a french Canadian in Ontario, I would typically respond with “Pas de problème”.