- 1 How do you say what in French?
- 2 How do you say so what in French?
- 3 What quoi mean in French?
- 4 What did you say in French?
- 5 How do you respond to Ca va?
- 6 What are the most common phrases in French?
- 7 What is a typical French greeting?
- 8 Why do the French say donc?
- 9 Can tense French?
- 10 What is for in French?
- 11 How do you say guess in French?
- 12 What’s your name in French?
How do you say what in French?
Quoi also means “what,” and whenever you want to say it by itself as in the exclamation, “What!” the equivalent in French is “quoi!”
How do you say so what in French?
so what? et alors?
What quoi mean in French?
Quoi [“Kwah”] in French usually means “what.” But not always!
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?
How do you respond to Ca va?
As with English, French people tend to reply to Ça va? with a positive response – Bien, or Bien, merci – much the same way as we would use fine in English. The following responses are polite enough for a new acquaintance, but general enough for a good friend, too: Très bien, merci.
What are the most common phrases in French?
Common French Phrases for Conversation
- Bonjour! ( Good morning, hello)
- Bienvenue. (Welcome.)
- Madame/Monsieur/Mademoiselle (Mrs. / Mr. /
- Pardon, excusez-moi. (Pardon, excuse me.)
- Parlez-vous anglais? (Do you speak English?)
- Je ne parle pas français. (I do not speak French.)
- À tout à l’heure!
- Merci/Merci beaucoup.
What is a typical French greeting?
The most important French greetings include bonjour (hello), enchanté(e) (nice to meet you), bonsoir (good evening/hello), salut (hi), coucou (hey), Ça fait longtemps, dis donc (long time no see), Âllo (hello), Ça va? (how are you?), tu vas bien? (have you been well?), quoi de neuf? (what’s up?), au revoir!
Why do the French say donc?
So what exactly does it mean? Dis donc has several translations into English. While it literally means ‘say then’ it would really be equivalent to ‘wow’, ‘goodness’, ‘hey! ‘, ‘well,’ and ‘listen’ and is usually used to express surprise or admiration.
Can tense French?
Could, past conditional Could is a modal verb and can be used as an auxiliary. If I had gone to France, I could have learned French: si j’avais été en France, J’aurais pu apprendre le français. As you can see here, we use the past participle of pouvoir: pu. You could have bought the bread: tu aurais pu acheter le pain.
What is for in French?
what for? (= to what end) pour quoi faire?
How do you say guess in French?
A colloquial way would be: ” Vous savez quoi? ”
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?”