- 1 Where do you live in French formally?
- 2 What is à in French?
- 3 What is French for in?
- 4 What does J Habite in English mean?
- 5 How do you respond to quel age as tu?
- 6 What is your name in French?
- 7 How old are you in French singular?
- 8 How do you count in French?
- 9 Is Vouloir être or avoir?
- 10 Is Visiter être or avoir?
Where do you live in French formally?
The French translation for “Where do you live? (formal)” is Où habitez-vous?. The French, Où habitez-vous?, can be broken down into 3 parts:”where” (où), “live; are living; inhabit; are inhabiting (2nd person plural)” (habitez) and “you (singular polite form and plural)” (vous).
What is à in French?
The French prepositions à and de cause constant problems for French students. 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 de.
What is French for in?
ThoughtCo Team. Updated July 28, 2019. In French, the prepositions en and dans both mean “in,” and they both express time and location.
What does J Habite in English mean?
j’habite (une maison): I live (in a house)
How do you respond to quel age as tu?
When you ask the young girl for her age, you would say it this way: Quel âge as-tu? (pronounced: kel ahj ah too). And her answer would be, J’ai 8 ans.
What is 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?”
How old are you in French singular?
The French translation for “How old are you? (informal)” is Quel âge as-tu?. The French, Quel âge as-tu?, can be broken down into 4 parts:”which; what (masculine singular)” (quel), “age” (âge), “have (2nd person singular)” (as) and “you (singular)” (tu).
How do you count in French?
In French, it’s as simple as un, deux, trois.
- zéro (zeh-ro)
- un (uh)
- deux (duh)
- trois (twah)
- quatre (kat-ruh)
- cinq (sank)
- six (sees)
- sept (set)
Is Vouloir être or avoir?
The French verb vouloir means “to want” or “to wish.” It is one of the 10 most common French verbs and you will use it just as much as avoir and être.
Is Visiter être or avoir?
Visiter in the Past Tense This requires a simple construction using the auxiliary verb avoir and the past participle visité. For example, “I visited” is j’ai visité and “we visited” is nous avons visité.