Can anyone who's fluent in French help translate these 2 phrases exactly into French? Preferably France French and not Quebec French (if that might make any difference.)
1) I love the shower at the hotel
2) I love the bed at the hotel
Online translators gave these French translations, respectively.
1) J'aime la douche 脿 l'h么tel
2) J'aime le lit 脿 l'h么tel
Do these give exact translations to the English phrases?
Thanks!English to French translation on 2 specific phrases?
Yes, those are both the correct translations. As someone said, j'adore is more like "love" and j'aime is more like "like" it just depends on exactly how enthusiastic you are about the shower and the bed! J'aime is probably more appropriate.English to French translation on 2 specific phrases?
Although I'm not fluent in French, I did study the French language in high school and remember enough to be able to tell you that both phrases are exact translations. J'aime=I love ; la or le=the ; douche=shower ; lit=bed ; and 脿 l'h么tel=at the hotelEnglish to French translation on 2 specific phrases?
I'm not fluent in French, but I studied it for 5 years
yes, those are correct