Got questions about language? Ask our tutors for FREE!
7 questions about French
- I want to go to Paris but I don't know any French anyone have any good teachers for that subject????
Only English, Please!!!! :)
Hi there! I'm a good French Tutor. My teaching package includes Learning Materials in MS PowerPoint with Notes and Audios that you can play anywhere, anytime to revise at your convenience and help speed up the learning process.
- What does "un chac" mean?
In an episode of Fais pas çi, Fais pas ça, Tiphaine says to Denis "Je vais vous faire un chac, ok?"
Well it's either "un truc" or "un chèque" Un truc means "something" Un chèque means "a cheque" I can assist in your French language: grammar, vocabulary, daily expressions ...if you don't mind.
- What is the longest word in the French language?
Just wonder what the longest word in French is and what it means. Could you tell me?
Le nouveau mot français le plus long est : " intergouvernementalisations(27 lettres) qui signifie simplement coopération intergouvernementale.
Sure depending on your competence, experience without forgetting your availability and humor.
It all depends on yourself, your methods of learning and your approach to it. In case you really want to know the language, and you sure love it, you will unconsciously put all your efforts into and the results are going to be surprising. In terms of amount of time, in order for you to get an idea, if you put yourself in an environment where you will be obligated to speak and understand French, trust me in 6 months you will be able to communicate to anyone. And if you keep the same tempo, it'll take you about 3 more months to get rid of all the small mistakes in your pronunciation and spelling. The rest will be just adding to what you will know by then as we will never entirely know a language.
- How to say you're welcome in French?
Is you're welcome "Je vous en prie" in French or "de rien"? Which is true?
All are correct depending on the context je vous en prie is used when addressing authorities or people you don’t know while de rien can be used when addressing your friends or family members
- What is je t'aime aussi?
How to translate this phrase je t'aime aussi into English?
Best answermalcolmzellerNative speaker in English and fluent in French. Will help you get comfortable with conversation :)
It translates in English to “I love you too” :) Je = I Te + aime -> T’aime = love you (te serves as the object pronoun for “you” Aussi = also/too