How do you ask where were you born in French?
The French translation for “Where were you born?
(informal; feminine)” is Où es-tu née ?.
The French, Où es-tu née ?, can be broken down into 4 parts:”where” (où), “are (2nd person singular)” (es), “you (singular)” (tu) and “born (feminine singular)” (née).
How do you ask where do you live in French?
French for Beginners – “Where do you live?” –
How do you ask where the toilet is in French?
The correct question is: “où sont les toilettes”. Note that the toilet is plural in French. Ask “où sont les toilettes” – not for la salle de bain…
How do you ask what do you do in French?
Informal, and a “very French” way of asking. Est-ce que (tu as)/(vous avez) fait? If you choose to use tu a this is informal, and if you use vous avez it is informal.
Depending on the level of formality, there are a few ways;
- Qu’avez-vous fait?
- Qu’as tu fait?
- Est-ce que (tu as)/(vous avez) fait?
- Tu as fait quoi?
What is your birthday French?
Translation of “When is your birthday” in French. c’est quand ton anniversaire.
How do I say I live in French?
J’habite à [city] = I live in [city]
- Où habites-tu ? Where do you live?
- Tu habites où ? Where do you live?
- Où habitez-vous ? Where do you live?
- Vous habitez où ? Where do you live?
How do u say what’s your name in French?
How to say “what is your name?”” in French. Comment vous appelez-vous ? – What’s your name? Je m’appelle Paul.
How do you say I love you in French to a boy?
3 Ways to Say I Love You in French –
Why are there no toilet seats in France?
It is sad to say, but this is true. France, has always been a country where, going to the toilet was not a publicized or a well mannered thing. So people were hiding toilet in the back of their properties. Historically, King Francois 1er (Francis the First) In 1539, passed a major edict in public health.
How do you say yes in French?
2 Ways of Saying “YES” in French: OUI vs SI –
Do they use toilet paper in France?
Tips for Using French Toilets
Many restrooms are pay-only and sometimes manned by an attendant who will charge you to enter. Before you enter, check to see if toilet paper is outside the stall. Sometimes, there are dispensers in the sink and mirror area, but no paper inside the stall.