This series of French lessons on questions will cover all that you need to know to be able to ask (and respond to) the questions that you will most commonly use in France and other French speaking countries.
This lesson covers the 4 key ways to ask questions in French. Luckily, they are very similar to the English ways of asking questions! Not only that, get loads of audio examples of each type and really get to grips with asking questions in French.
When you meet French people it's important to get off on the right foot using the correct terminology. This lesson shows you the correct way to say How are you? in French for both formal and casual situations.
A very common French phrase is Parlez-vous français ? This is a phrase you can expect to be asked whenever you encounter French-speaking people at home or abroad. There are several variations of Parlez-vous français ? that can be used so check out this lesson to expand your knowledge!
Another common French phrase that you will often encounter is someone asking you "What is your name?" in French. In fact you may well use it yourself as an ice-breaker of sorts. In this lesson we also find out a few more phrases to keep the conversational ball rolling.
Digging a little deeper into one of the common interrogative words, this lesson shows you plenty of examples of how to use "When?" in French. For example, it could be very handy to know the French phrase for "When does the flight leave?"!
In our final lesson on French questions we cover the all important interrogative word, "Where?" in French. This is particularly important when asking for directions, and we cover a couple of other ways to ask the same thing in a different way.