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In the list of sentences you will find a bit of everything: In Terms of the french Vocabulary: introducing yourself (name, age, origin, work) asking for price, buying the train ticket, small talk; at the airport, hotel, café; asking for directions; some swear words (yes, they are a part of the language too) In Terms of french Grammar:
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10 Must-know french sentences for basic Conversation 1. Comment vous appelez-vous? (What’s your name?) The most common conversation starter: What’s your name? There’s a more informal way to say this (Comment t’appelles-tu?), but typically when you ask this question, it’s best to use the formal version of the phrase to show respect.
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Common french Greetings You Already Know First, let's look at the basic greetings in french. These are fairly simple. And you no doubt already know at least some of them. #1 Bonjour ! – Hello! (the standard greeting in french) (bon jour) #2 Bonsoir ! – Good evening! (replaces bonjour in the evening) (bon swah) #3 Salut ! – Hi! (a more informal greeting)
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Où se trouve…. (Where does one find…) is another way to say Où est…. (Where is…). If you know the name of the metro station you need because you’re a savvy traveler, replace “la plus proche” (the nearest) with the name of the station, and you’ll be on your way to the Parisian underground. 3.
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In french, there are four main types of sentences: statements (positive or negative), questions, exclamations and command. Here is our guide on how to build each one of these french sentences. 1.
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french General Concept Bonjour is the standard greeting of a french and can be used at any time of the day. However, for the evening they say Bonsoir. Whenever a french people meet a stranger or even if they enter a shop they greet the seller by saying Bonjour and while leaving Au revoir/Bon après-midi/Bonsoir/Bonne nuit or else it’s considered to be rude.
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Going back to adorable french phrases, it would be lovely for you to learn one of the most famous love quotes in french: “Je serai poète et toi poésie”. Signed by the famous french poet Fraçois Coppée, the phrase can be whispered to someone you love and it means “I’ll be a poet, and you’ll be my poetry”.
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Do you speak french? (formal) Parlez-vous français ? Do you speak English? (informal) Tu parles anglais ? I don't speak Spanish. Je ne parle pas espagnol. Do you understand? (formal) Comprenez-vous? Do you understand? (informal) Tu comprends? I don't understand: Je ne comprends pas I don't know: Je ne sais pas Can you help me? (formal) Pouvez-vous m'aider ?