- 1 Is Je vous formal?
- 2 Where do you live in France?
- 3 What is á in French?
- 4 What’s your name in French?
- 5 What does J Habite in English mean?
- 6 Is it J Habite or Je Habite?
- 7 What is in in French?
- 8 Is de rien rude?
- 9 Do the French still use vous?
- 10 What is the reply to Merci Beaucoup?
- 11 What are the worst things about living in France?
- 12 What is the friendliest city in France?
- 13 What are the pros and cons of living in France?
Is Je vous formal?
Informal: Je t’en prie. You’re welcome. Formal: Je vous en prie.
Where do you live in France?
The seven best places for expats to live in France are: Paris, Brittany, Lyon, Montpellier, Luberon, Dordogne, and Provence. These choices are based on what we think will matter most to those of you that are thinking about moving.
What is á 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’s your name in French?
If you’d like to say “What is your name?” in French, you generally have two options. To pose the question formally, you’d say “ Comment vous-appelez vous? Speaking informally, you can simply ask “Comment t’appelles-tu?”
What does J Habite in English mean?
j’habite (une maison): I live (in a house)
Is it J Habite or Je Habite?
j’ habite is correct.
What is in in French?
The prepositions en and dans both mean “in” in French, and can both express time and location. But they are not interchangeable; their usage depends on both meaning and grammar. En expresses the length of time an action takes.
Is de rien rude?
De rien isn’t wrong, exactly, but it’s not as polite as what native French speakers typically say: je vous en prie > you are welcome (literally, “I beg of you”)
Do the French still use vous?
The pronouns and possessive adjectives that indicate formality. So we’ve just met vous and tu, our French second-person subject pronouns. Note that this distinction only exists in the singular; if you’re addressing more than one person you’ll always use vous.
What is the reply to Merci Beaucoup?
Then comes acceptance and gratitude: The woman sits and says merci beaucoup (thank you very much). Finally, you respond with je vous en prie, which humbly refers to the action and makes the conversation come full circle.
What are the worst things about living in France?
The 10 Worst Things About Living in France
- There is no outside-the-box.
- The paperwork.
- Restrictions on work: the flip side of the work/life balance.
- Over-organized labor.
- The lack of camaraderie between strangers.
- The bise.
- Being a foreigner.
- The paradox of French politeness.
What is the friendliest city in France?
Lille has emerged as a commercial and cultural capital to be reckoned with, while at the same time retaining its tolerance and sense of humour that earned it first place as France’s friendliest city, according to the tongue-in-cheek ranking of travel site Topito.
What are the pros and cons of living in France?
Pros and cons of moving to France
- + PRO: Plenty of choice.
- – CON: Older housing.
- – CON: Housing tax.
- + PRO: Slower pace of life.
- – CON: Bureaucracy.
- + PRO: Vacation.
- + PRO: Accessible and convenient urban transportation.
- + PRO: Fresh food and great wine.