- 1 What are the 3 French words?
- 2 What is they have in French feminine?
- 3 Do you have in French formal?
- 4 What are the 17 être verbs in French?
- 5 WHAT IS A in French?
- 6 What is the most beautiful French word?
- 7 What is the most French word?
- 8 Is French hard to learn?
- 9 Can Elle mean it in French?
- 10 Is ils sont feminine?
- 11 Is voir avoir or etre?
- 12 How do you ask are you French?
- 13 How do you ask tu or vous?
What are the 3 French words?
Learn Some Common French Words
- Bonjour = Hello, Good morning.
- Au revoir = Goodbye.
- Oui = Yes.
- Non = No.
- Merci = Thank you.
- Merci beaucoup = Thank you very much.
- Fille = Girl.
- Garçon = Boy.
What is they have in French feminine?
Vous avez – You have, you are having (plural/polite) Ils ont – They have, they are having (masculine) Elles ont – They have, they are having (feminine)
Do you have in French formal?
The French translation for “Do you have any children? (formal)” is Avez-vous des enfants?. The French, Avez-vous des enfants?, can be broken down into 4 parts:”have (2nd person plural)” (avez), “you (singular polite form and plural)” (vous), “some (plural)” (des) and “children” (enfants).
What are the 17 être verbs in French?
The following is a list of verbs (and their derivatives) that require être:
- aller > to go.
- arriver > to arrive.
- descendre > to descend / go downstairs. redescendre > to descend again.
- entrer > to enter. rentrer > to re-enter.
- monter > to climb. remonter > to climb again.
- mourir > to die.
- naître > to be born.
- partir > to leave.
WHAT IS A in French?
Generally speaking, à means “to,” “at,” or “in,” while de means “of” or “from.” Both prepositions have numerous uses and to understand each better, it is best to compare them. Learn more about the preposition à.
What is the most beautiful French word?
Here are the most beautiful French words
- Papillon – butterfly.
- Parapluie – umbrella.
- Paupiette – a piece of meat, beaten thin, and rolled with a stuffing of vegetables, fruits or sweetmeats.
- Romanichel – gypsy.
- Silhouette – silhouette.
- Soirée – evening.
- Tournesol – sunflower.
- Vichyssoise – from vichy. Masculine, noun.
What is the most French word?
The longest French word has 27 letters and is “intergouvernementalisations”. However, the word isn’t really popular so most French people consider “anticonstitutionnellement” as being the longest known word.
Is French hard to learn?
The FSI scale ranks French as a “category I language”, considered as “more similar to English”, as compared to categories III and IV “hard” or “super-hard languages”. According to the FSI, French is one of the easiest languages to learn for a native English speaker.
Can Elle mean it in French?
In French, il (meaning he, it) and elle (meaning she, it) are used to talk about a thing, as well as about a person or an animal. You use il for masculine nouns and elle for feminine nouns.
Is ils sont feminine?
Il est is masculine singular; its other forms are elle est (feminine singular), ils sont (masculine plural), and elles sont (feminine plural).
Is voir avoir or etre?
The present participle of voir is voyant. To form the passé composé of voir, you will need the auxiliary verb avoir and the past participle vu. With these two elements, you can construct this common past tense to match the subject pronoun. For example, “we saw” is nous avons vu.
How do you ask are you French?
Comment vas-tu: The awkward “how are you” “Comment vas-tu” is the “informal” version of “comment allez-vous” as indicated by the use of “tu”, the informal French “you”. However, it also uses the inversion way of asking questions which is considered formal.
How do you ask tu or vous?
You need to ask, be given or give permission to do so. Tutoyer = to say tu, to address someone as tu, to use the informal tu form. Ex: Ce professeur tutoie ses élèves (= This teacher says tu to his pupils.) Vouvoyer = to say vous, to address someone as vous, to use the formal vous form.