The formal French phrase for the English word "please" is the phrase "s'il vous plait." When speaking to a person who is familiar, it is also an option to use the phrase "s'il te plait." More »

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Useful French phrases include "S'il vous plait," "Je ne comprends pas," "S'il vous plait, je cherche," "Ou sont les toilettes?" and "Combien ca coute?" Other helpful French words are "bonjour," "merci," "petit-dejeuner,"... More »

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Some of the most common French words and phrases are "oui," "non," "s'il vous plaît," "à cause de," and "au contraire." In English, these words and phrases mean "yes," "no," "because of," "please," and "on the contrary,"... More »

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"Horoscopo y tarot gratis" is a Spanish phrase that translates to "free horoscope and tarot" in English. Word by word, "horoscopo" translates to "horoscope," "y" means "and," tarot remains the same and "gratis" translate... More »

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The Spanish phrase "buscar número de teléfono" roughly translates into English as "look up the telephone number". Note that "buscar" means "search", not "look" in the sense of watching or viewing. More »

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"Preguntas de inmigracion" is a Spanish phrase that translates roughly as "immigration questions" in English. "Immigration" is the act of moving to a country that one is not originally the native of for an extended or pe... More »

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"Aprender ingles basico gratis" is a Spanish phrase that translates to "learn basic English free" in English. Word by word, "aprender" translates to "learn," "ingles" translates to "English," "basico" translates to "basi... More »

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