- 1 What OUI means?
- 2 What does WÉ mean in French?
- 3 Is on in French informal?
- 4 Is pee pee a bad word?
- 5 What is Qui mean?
- 6 How do French people say wee wee?
- 7 Why do French say Mais oui?
- 8 Why do French people say oui?
- 9 Is Vouloir etre or avoir?
- 10 What is a French greeting?
- 11 What is Je Tu Il Elle called?
- 12 Why is pee called Wee?
- 13 Why is pee called #1?
What OUI means?
1: operating under the influence convicted of OUI [=convicted of operating a vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol] an OUI charge. 2: one who is arrested for or convicted of OUI.
What does WÉ mean in French?
Vous means “you.”
Is on in French informal?
Informal use of pronouns For nous and on: Both pronouns mean the equivalent of ‘we’ and ‘us’ but in informal French, nous is often replaced by on, with some changes from plural verb and adjective (in nous) to singular verb and adjective (in on).
Is pee pee a bad word?
Pee is an informal but common word that means “to urinate.” Of all the slang words for bodily functions, this is one of the least offensive. Though it’s not very naughty to talk about peeing or taking a pee, this term is a little childish.
What is Qui mean?
: he who does (something) through another does it by himself —used especially as a principle in the law of agency.
How do French people say wee wee?
wee-wee → pipi, zizi.
Why do French say Mais oui?
2. Mais oui! This expression means “yes” or “obviously.” It is a synonym of bien sûr! It is very informal, so beware.
Why do French people say oui?
“Oui” is probably the most common way to translate yes in French, and among the first French words you learned alongside no, hello, goodbye, thank you… But there are many ways of saying yes in French: let’s start with the obvious “oui” and then explore the various ways to nuance yes in French.
Is Vouloir etre or avoir?
The French verb vouloir means “to want” or “to wish.” It is one of the 10 most common French verbs and you will use it just as much as avoir and être.
What is a French greeting?
The most important French greetings include bonjour (hello), enchanté(e) (nice to meet you), bonsoir (good evening/hello), salut (hi), coucou (hey), Ça fait longtemps, dis donc (long time no see), Âllo (hello), Ça va? (how are you?), tu vas bien? (have you been well?), quoi de neuf? (what’s up?), au revoir!
What is Je Tu Il Elle called?
Je (or j’ + vowel or h, it’s called an elision) = I. Tu (never t’) = you singular informal. Il = it, he – long “ee” sound. Elle = it, she – short clip “ L ” sound.
Why is pee called Wee?
Wee, and Wee-wee, may well be variant of pee. That itself is a jokey euphemism and appears to derive from the ‘P’ in piss. Shakespeare seems to use it that way in Twelfth Night, 1602: “By my life, this is my lady’s hand: these be her very C’s, her U’s, and her T’s, and thus makes she her great P’s.”
Why is pee called #1?
I had to save my favorite theory for last: “Pee is number one because it is the color of gold like the gold medal you win in first place.” This theory is flawless.