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Horacio222

Horacio222

Hi I want to know how to ask how is she? (asking for her helth) like how is your mother doing... so How do I ask how is she? comment va elle? o comment est-ce qu'elle va? and what are the differences between the two. Thank you.
fozo-1

fozo-1

est-ce qu'elle va bin avec elle? you can say that or Comment ça va avec elle?
Marie-Claire-Riviere

Marie-Claire-Riviere

Bonjour Horacio! Comment va-t-elle? and Comment est-ce qu'elle va? both mean "how is she?" and have no difference in meaning. However, this would be used to asked how she is but not necessarily having anything to do with health. If you want to say, "how is you mother doing?" (in terms of health) you could say: "Votre mère, est-elle en bonne santé?" or "Est-ce qu'elle va bien, votre mère?" Having said this, there are many ways of asking such a question but I do hope this helps. À bientôt, - Marie-Claire
Sami-Zaki

Sami-Zaki

How can we say? I hope you are fine. Thank you
Marie-Claire-Riviere

Marie-Claire-Riviere

Bonjour Sami! To say, "I hope you are fine" we could say, "J'espère que tu vas bien". J'espère que cela vous aide - I hope this helps! À bientôt, - Marie-Claire
dastgir--

dastgir--

bonjour marie plz tell me how to say : " i want to go on a walk with you and " can i have a lunch with you?"
Marie-Claire-Riviere

Marie-Claire-Riviere

Bonjour dastgir! If you want to say, "I want to go on a walk with you" you could say, "Peux-je faire un tour à pied avec toi?". This is very French if you say this to a French person, they will be very impressed. Also, if you would like to say, "Can I have lunch with you" you could say, "Est-ce que je peux prendre le déjeuner avec toi?" or "Est-ce qu'on peut déjeuner ensemble?" J'espère que cela vous aide! I hope this helps! - Marie-Claire
Dayananda--

Dayananda--

Can u plz tell how to say i want to visit a country..
Sami-Zaki

Sami-Zaki

Je veux visiter la France simo
Sami-Zaki

Sami-Zaki

how I can say?? I hope to see you soon. Thank you
Dayananda--

Dayananda--

surprendre...This is the exact place i was searching for..
Sami-Zaki

Sami-Zaki

Welcome dear Enjoy your studying Simo
Dayananda--

Dayananda--

do you have any idea for any audio practice for French and testing skills?
Dayananda--

Dayananda--

Comment ça va?guys.
Marie-Claire-Riviere

Marie-Claire-Riviere

Bonjour à tous! Sami, if you want to say, "I hope to see you soon", you could say, "J'espère te revoir bientôt." Dayananda, if you like to say, "I want to visit (a country ie France)", you could say, "Je veux bien aller en France" or "Je veux bien voyager en France." In terms of audio practice, here is a website where you can listen to radio http://www.rfi.fr/ On the right hand side there is a button that says, *Ecouter RFI*. The more you listen, the more you will be able to pick up. J'esère que cela vous aide bien! - I hope this helps! - Marie-Claire
NANITA-Y

NANITA-Y

how do you say I miss you
Sami-Zaki

Sami-Zaki

I miss you = Tu me manques Good luck Sami
fozo-1

fozo-1

I miss you = je te manque. Tu me manques=you miss me. À bientôt,
Sami-Zaki

Sami-Zaki

Thank you for the correction Simo
chameau-millionaire

chameau-millionaire

Dayananda--

Dayananda--

How do you say? Thanks for reminding...
fozo-1

fozo-1

Merci pour rappeler ...= Thanks for reminding... À bientôt,
Dayananda--

Dayananda--

merci pour vous [redacted]
fozo-1

fozo-1

de rien je suis heureuse de le faire. À bientôt,
Marie-Claire-Riviere

Marie-Claire-Riviere

Bonjour à tous! Juste une petite correction! Tu me manques. = I miss you. and Je te manque. = You miss me. Literally, tu me manques = You are missing from me -> "I miss you" in other words. Thanks for reminding me = Merci de me rappeler. J'espère que cela vous aide! - I hope this helps! Keep studying! - Marie-Claire
fozo-1

fozo-1

Bonjour Marie et merci, I'm a little confused............je manque toi< je te manque<i miss you ......or what>>> Kindly explain to me please. Dayananda asked how to say Thanks for reminding..........not for reminding me< that is whay i wrote.........Merci pour rappeler .. À bientôt,
Sami-Zaki

Sami-Zaki

I wrote that before to friends they didn't believe me Tu me manques. = I miss you. You can see that Fozo You need to take care of your correction Thank you Marie
fozo-1

fozo-1

i am waiting for your reply Marie, thank you Sami>>>>> tell me how can i say I hate you. I feel you. I love you. by the way, i am asking Marie those questions. À bientôt,
Dayananda--

Dayananda--

Bonjour Fozo, i ain't getting those word properly i.e. de rien je suis hereuse de le faire can u pliz tell me what does that mean? i have been looking those in dictionary but i ain't getting it properly À bientôt
fozo-1

fozo-1

Bonjour, de rien= not at all je suis hereuse de le faire=I am happy to do that. you’r welcome. À bientôt Dayananda ,
Sami-Zaki

Sami-Zaki

I hate you = Je te déteste I feel you = Je te sens. I love you = Je t'aime. This site is public. We can all write in it.
fozo-1

fozo-1

you have already answered sami follow the grammar rule and then tell me what is the exception in the case of saying........ " I miss you" could you tell me؟ À bientôt,
Sami-Zaki

Sami-Zaki

I agree with Marie my teacher Tu me manques. = I miss you. My Friend who lives and was born in France told me that also. You can take her e-mail Calm down dear
fozo-1

fozo-1

thanks, i would like to know the exception from a teacher for learning to understand I hope that vision sacrificed for you, I am not defying I am learning correctly À bientôt,
Sami-Zaki

Sami-Zaki

A native person is really correct because it is her own language. You can accept her words. She is a french girl. Tu me manques. = I miss you. Good luck
Dayananda--

Dayananda--

i found out that French is really hard to speak... What kind of practices will help me to speak really fluently.
Sami-Zaki

Sami-Zaki

I agree with you that French is not easy to learn Keep working hard and don't give up. French is a very nice language. And French girls are very pretty too. rsrs Good luck
Dayananda--

Dayananda--

merci pour vous advice, i won't give up and also i would like to know what is the meaning of this French word voila À bientôt.
Marie-Claire-Riviere

Marie-Claire-Riviere

AAAaah Bonjour à tous! Je suis désolée d'avoir repondu si tard! I'm sorry to have replied back so late. fozo, I understand why you may be confused because this phrase is backwards compared to its English equivalent. That is to say, in English we say, 'I miss you' but in French we say, 'You are missing from me'. For this reason, we say 'Tu me manques' for 'I miss you' and 'Je te manques' means 'You miss me'. It may sound funny but that's the French way. For your other questions: I hate you = Je te déteste I feel you = Je te comprends I love you = Je t'aime Again sorry for the late reply. J'espère que cela vous aide! - I hope this helps! - Marie-Claire
susien-s

susien-s

bonjour mes amis. this is only i miss you we can write : tu me manques and you miss me : je te manques but the other likes : i love you : je t'aime no te j'aime see you ..
Hamid--4

Hamid--4

Merci à tous
Horacio222

Horacio222

Merci :)

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