French phrase translations

Just type in the correct translation from French to English in the box
Quiz by Natalie123
Last updated: October 28, 2013
First submittedOctober 28, 2013
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Oú est la gare?
Where is the station
Je t'aime
I love you
Bon anniversaire
Happy birthday
Il y a du soleil
It's sunny
Je suis en retard
I am late
Tu parles en français?
Do you speak french
Je ne sais pas
I don't know
Tu me manques
I miss you
Je m'ennuie
I'm bored
Lets go
Je suis desolé
I am sorry
Quel âge as-tu?
How old are you
Il y a du brouillard
It is foggy
Je suis perdu
I am lost
J'ai fini
I have finished
Level 77
Aug 29, 2014
Surely "tu me manques" means "you miss me," not "I miss you."
Level 55
Feb 20, 2015
Hey! I wrote I am bored and It is sunny instead of "I'm bored" and "It's sunny" and it didn't accept it, I wouldn't complain but it accepted "It is foggy" when I wrote it, so it would be nice if you could program it to accept both forms (with and without contractions), thanks for your attention :)
Level 65
Jul 17, 2015
Moi aussi!
Level 32
May 28, 2015
It would not accept: "it is sunny" and "i am bored"
Level 66
Jun 23, 2015
The quiz lacks consistency with contractions such as I'm and it's.
Level 37
Feb 22, 2018
Exactly! You accept contractions for: it's sunny, I'm bored and I don't know; but demand that write out I am lost, I am sorry and I am late. What's with the arbitrary inconsistencies?
Level 8
Apr 23, 2017
"Il y a du soleil / brouillard" should be translate in "There is sun / fog".

Because "It's sunny" meant "C'est ensoleillé". The meaning is the same but it's not the exact traduction.

Level 69
Oct 3, 2019
Some contractions are accepted, some aren't. Also, isn't "happy anniversary" also valid?
Level 48
Jun 25, 2020
As odd as it seems, "Tu me manques" does mean "I miss you."
Level 78
Jul 25, 2020
Literally, "You are missing to me."
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