- 1 What can I say instead of I understand?
- 2 Why is French so hard?
- 3 Is French hard to learn?
- 4 Is it OK to say understand?
- 5 How do you say polite way?
- 6 How do you say I see in other ways?
- 7 What is I love you in Paris?
- 8 What are some cute French words?
- 9 Is Ma Cherie romantic?
- 10 Is French easier than English?
- 11 Can I learn French by myself?
- 12 Is French easier than Spanish?
What can I say instead of I understand?
When You Understand the Literal Meaning:
- OK / Alright / Sure.
- Got it.
- OK, I get it now / That’s clear, thank you.
- Fair enough / I see where you’re coming from / I take your point / That makes sense.
- Of course / Absolutely.
- I appreciate why you think that, but…
- I hear what you’re saying, but…
Why is French so hard?
Why is French hard to learn? Many may find French hard to learn because of the complex grammar and other linguistic nuances that don’t exist in English, and especially for those who have never learned another European language (or more precisely, Roman language) such as Spanish or Portuguese.
Is French hard to learn?
French is not hard to learn, especially when compared to English! That’s right. Learning French isn’t going to be as difficult as you think. In fact, it’s a language that is much easier to achieve fluency in than you would have ever expected.
Is it OK to say understand?
On the face of it, the statement “I understand” is the perfect expression of empathy. Unlike Charlie Harper (Charlie Sheen’s character in the sitcom), we usually mean it. We are sincere when we say it, so for me to suggest that ‘I understand’ is arrogant may sound insulting. But think of it this way.
How do you say polite way?
More formal ways to say “I got it”:
- I see.
- That makes sense.
- It makes sense now.
- It’s clear now.
How do you say I see in other ways?
“I see.” is informal, and is often used by friends talking to each other. 1 Answer
- “I understand.” (from the original post.)
- “I’ve done that.”
- “Bummer!” (Possibly followed by “I hate it when that happens.” or “Don’t you hate it when that happens?”)
What is I love you in Paris?
Je t’aime – I love you.
What are some cute French words?
20 Cute French Words That Will Melt Your Heart
- Un bisou (kiss) Note that in French Québec, this word can be shortened to bee with your children.
- Des bijoux (jewelry)
- Ma belle/mon beau (my beautiful/my handsome)
- Ma joie (my joy)
- Un câlin (hug or cuddle)
- Un canard (duck)
- Sa suce (pacifier or binky)
- Mon chat (cat)
Is Ma Cherie romantic?
Like mon cœur and mon amour, ma chérie or mon chéri is said with an innocent, loving tone to either a lover or child, and even sometimes to a friend—especially in France.
Is French easier than English?
Because as this post is going to explain, French is actually one of the easiest European languages to learn. In many ways, it’s even easier than learning English! And as French is a world language, spoken by over 220 million people, learning French can give you access to a huge chunk of the world.
Can I learn French by myself?
And luckily, yes, you can learn French by yourself. While having a native French teacher to correct your mistakes is always helpful, there are a lot of French self-study resources and techniques you can use to ensure that the time you spend learning by yourself is time well spent.
Is French easier than Spanish?
Spanish is arguably somewhat easier for the first year or so of learning, in large part because beginners may struggle less with pronunciation than their French-studying colleagues. However, beginners in Spanish have to deal with dropped subject pronouns and four words for “you,” while French only has two.