Ok, I’m a sixth semester french student, and I tried to look this up on a free translation site, and still couldn’t find it: what does "Amante de moi" mean? I wanna know what jean-claude is calling anita!
amante de moi means "ma maîtresse"(my lover)
she’s my lover(mistress)
amoureuse de moi:she’s in love with me
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Ok, I'm a sixth semester french student, and I tried to look this up on a free translation site, and still couldn't find it: what does "Amante de moi" mean? I wanna know what jean-claude is calling anita!
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First off, that sentence is grossly misspelled. Whoever wrote it doesn’t speak french or prides himself/herself in speaking like an idiot. In this case, the meaning of "date" is not like a point in time. Don’t forget a ton of anglicisms have made their way into other languages. If this sentence had been correct: Voulez-vous sortir avec moi? => Would you like to go on a date with me? Iriez-vous sur une "date"(slang) avec moi? => awkward and dumb way to phrase it, made even more dumb by the fact the person is using the polite "vous" yet is using a slang word in the same sentence = confusing "Proper" slang (lulz) : Tu irais sur une date avec moi? Veux-tu sotir avec moi? Veux-tu aller sur une date avec moi?
Amante De Moi
Lover of me
It means "Lover of me" but to put it more our terms it would be "my lover"
It is "voulez-vous sortir avec moi?" which means "do you wanna go out with me"
my loverSource(s): i talk french
"amante" means: mistress.
"de moi" means: to me.
the general meaning is: my mistress.