- 1 How do you say what city are you from in French?
- 2 Do French people say je suis?
- 3 How do you respond to D ou Viens Tu?
- 4 How do you ask are you French?
- 5 Are you a student French?
- 6 What is T in French?
- 7 What did you say in French?
- 8 What do we say a in French?
- 9 What does Chui mean in French?
- 10 What is the difference between JE and J AI?
How do you say what city are you from in French?
D’où venez-vous? Where are you from? Vous venez d’où? Where are you from?
Do French people say je suis?
Yeah “Je suis” is often shortened to “J’suis”, and it sounds like “Chuis”. And it’s not only a thing in Paris, I’d say that “J’suis” is used pretty much everywhere in France.
How do you respond to D ou Viens Tu?
If someone asks you: “D’où viens-tu?” you can answer with “ Je viens du Brésil, et toi? ” (I’m from Brazil, and you?)
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.
Are you a student French?
Tu étudies ici? Are you a student? Vous êtes étudiant?
What is T in French?
Pronouncing the French Letter ‘T’ The letter ‘T’ in French is fairly straightforward as it is pronounced more or less like the English ‘T. ‘ For example, le thé sounds much like its English word, “tea.” A word like le théâtre (theater) is just a little different, but similar.
What did you say in French?
qu’est-ce que vous avez dit? More French words for what did you say? qu’est-ce que tu as dit?
What do we say 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.
What does Chui mean in French?
(colloquial) Contraction of je + Contraction of suis: I’m.
What is the difference between JE and J AI?
J’ai = I have. Je suis = I am. That said, not always when you would say “I am” in English, is the French translation Je suis. The French say, e.g., I have 20 years (j’ai 20 ans).