"On va tous crever" means we are all going to die. If you care about learning some french "On" is a common substitute for nous or we in english. Instead of saying Nous allons tous crever you can say On va... where allons and va are conjugated forms of aller which means to go or going.
@NotCaveJohnson, Question since you seem to know your stuff, what exactly does “Allons-y” mean? I don’t trust google translate or Doctor Who.
@Kamitha, it means lets go. Direct translation would be something like We are going there. "Y" means there.
Here is an example of the phrase's use.
-Est-ce que tu es prêt ?
Are you ready?
Yes, let's go!
@NotCaveJohnson, Sweet! Thanks!
@NotCaveJohnson, if I wanted to learn French, I would have paid attention in high school. The kicker is, I do wish I paid attention more, and not just in French class.
@NotCaveJohnson, in fact, in quebec french, On is the prefered pronoun for "we" as nous is often used exclusively for emphasizing the "we-ness" of a situation. Like, "Tu vas mourir, mais nous serons an sécurité.
@NotCaveJohnson, in fact, in quebec french, On is the prefered pronoun for "we" as nous is often used exclusively for emphasizing the "we-ness" of a situation. Like, "Tu vas mourir, mais nous serons en sécurité.
@NotCaveJohnson, « est-ce que tu ES prêt ? » verbe être conjugué à la deuxième personne du singulier ;)
Je suis, tu es, il est :)
“WE’RE ALL GONNA DIE!”
A translation by a soccer player with too much time on his hands.
I’m sorry I don’t speak surrender
@jizzgenerator, except in Vietnam ? ^^
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