- 1 Why do we use avoir for age?
- 2 How do you ask someone their name and age in French?
- 3 Should you ask a girl her age?
- 4 What age is of age?
- 5 How do you count to 100 in French?
- 6 Is age etre or avoir?
- 7 Do you use Imparfait for age?
- 8 How old are you or what is your age?
- 9 What’s your name French?
- 10 How do I ask for someone’s age in French?
Why do we use avoir for age?
Use avoir (to have) to talk about age As you probably remember, avoir is the French verb “to have.” This means that when you ask someone’s age, you’re literally asking, “What age do you have?”
How do you ask someone their name and age in French?
To ask someone’s age, you would say: Quel âge avez-vous? How old are you, using vous. Tu as quel âge?
Should you ask a girl her age?
Age does matter and marks significant social and legal milestones, so it’s normal for both women and men to be asked this question considering those circumstances. But, outside of those important circumstances, there is no other real basis for this question than judging the person and that’s what makes it intrusive.
What age is of age?
Being at the age of majority—that is, old enough by law to vote, marry, or sign legal agreements without one’s parents. Typically refers to age 18, the age of majority in the United States. Just because you’re of age doesn’t mean you’re suddenly versed in the ways of the world—you’re still just a kid.
How do you count to 100 in French?
Counting to 100 in French Lyrics. Un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six, sept, huit, neuf Et après? Dix, DIX!
Is age etre or avoir?
In French, the verb AVOIR is also used to express someone’s age. You have your years!
Do you use Imparfait for age?
We use the imparfait because the fact that she was eight years old is a condition that sets up the rest of the sentence. We put visiter in the imparfait because it’s a habitual/repeated action (which we’ll talk about next).
How old are you or what is your age?
There may be special circumstances when someone might say What’s your age?, but the normal question is How old are you?. The answer is ” (X)”, not “(X) years”, or even “(X) years old” – unless you are five!
What’s your name 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 do I ask for someone’s age in French?
As a general rule, you can say, “Would you mind if I ask how old you are?” to ask someone about their age. If you have genuine reasons to ask about someone’s age, explain the reasons and be sure that they are comfortable talking about their age.