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A paraphrase of the question would be "who sets the table at your house?" - is that what you were after? Or did you want something more specific?
You, who sets the table?
Je mange debout avec les mains ! ;-)
So you have to answer the question , at your house, who sets the table? Chez = house metre = setting/ laying/ putting table = table So somewhere along the lines of Chez moi, ma mere (metre) le table. (You'll have to conjugate the verb metre yourself.) ma mere = troisiemme person de singuliar. So like il. So check out the conjugation for that.
Sorry shay88 but your sentence "Chez moi, ma mere le table" doesn't mean anything in french. I'll try to provide some clues : "Chez toi" means : at your home "qui met la table" means : who sets the table (the infinitive verb is "mettre")
@nathanael83, not to sound rude, but I definitively do have the verb mettre in my sentence in brackets and told her person to conjugate it themselves. All I did was spell the verb mettre wrong. I've been taking french for about 4 years now, I know what the question means.
@nathanael83 Also, just saying, the answer you provided to the asker does not answer the original question in any way.
I'm sorry, my first answer was not to be taken too seriously. I'll try to explain clearly my thoughts : Lets first see what the asker says : "French help please?" In my opinion it's a little short ! What does it means ? Please translate ? Please do my homework ? That's why I first answered with something 'funny'. Then what does the instruction in french say ? "Réponds dans une phrase complète" (Answer in a complete sentence). My answer is a complete sentence, maybe it's not what is exactly expected, but it is correct ; and in the context a french may even smile to it. Last point, I'm french, and old enough to be sure what I say is correct. I would be very happy to help if the asker would tell us in which way we could help him/her !