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French phrases 8

Simple french phrases

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It is Mrs Malraux's bag. C'est le sac de Mme Malraux.
It is her bag. C'est son sac.
It is hers C'est le sein.
It is hers (using elle). Il est à elle.
My brother's children. Les enfant de mon frère.
Paul's car La voiture de Paul.
the car key La clé de la voiture.
the town's mayor le maire de la ville.
the school's headteacher le directeur du collège.
the children's toys les jouets des enfants.
Which colour do you prefer? (formal) Quelle couleur préfèrez-vous?
These things happen. Ce sont des chose qui arrivent.
It's a computer. C'est un ordinateur.
She is my sister. C'est ma soeur.
It is not serious. Ce n'est pas grave.
This one or that one? Celle-ci ou celle-là?
The others will come later. Les autres viendront plus tard.
I take everything. Je prends tout.
I'll go on the same day. J'irai le même jour.
Who is missing? Qui est-ce qui manque?
What is happening? Qu'est ce qui se passe?
Whom did you meet? Qui est-ce que vous avez rencontré?
What did you want? Qu'est-ce que vous désirez?
What did you do it with? (informal) Avec quoi l'as-tu fait?
Whom do you work for? Pour qui est-ce que vous travaillez?
Which one are you thinking of? Auquel pensez-vous?
Look at these shoes. Regarde ces chausures.
Which ones do you prefer? (informal) Lesquelles préfères-tu?
Who called? Qui a appelé?
What are you doing? (formal) Que faites-vous?
I don't know what is going on. Je ne sais pas ce qui se passe.
I wonder whether they will come. Je me demande s'ils vont venir.
Which day will you be coming? (formal) Quel jour venez-vous?
What is your address? (formal) Quelle est votre adresse?
I am seeing him tomorrow. Je le vois demain.
I'll talk to her. Je lui parlerai.
I have it. Je l'ai.
Send it to me. Envoyez-le-moi.
Send me three. Envoyex-m'en trois.
Don't send it to me, Ne me l'envoyez pas.
I am reading this book. Je lis ce livre.
I am reading it. Je le lis.
I have seen my brother. J'ai vu mon frère.
I have seen him. Je l'ai vu.
I gave the ticket to my brother. J'ai donné le ticket à mon frère.
I gave him the ticket. Je lui ai donné le ticket.
I will wait for him. Je l'attendrai.
I have looked for it everywhere. Je l'ai cherché partout.
Would you like a coffee? Voulez vous un café?
I live in Bordeaux. J'habite à bordeaux.
Do you like the new car? La nouvelle voiture, elle te plait?
There are people who are against it. Il y a des gens qui sont contre.
It is better to leave early. Il vaut mieux partir tôt.
In France, you drive on the right. En France, on roule à droite.
I was told to book in advance. On m'a dit qu'il fallait réserver.
Shall we go to the cinema tonight? On va au cinéma ce soir.
We arrived very late. On est arrivé très tard.
I'm talking to Jean. Je parle à Jean.
He is from Paris. Il est de Paris.
The book is for you. Le livre est pour toi
We're going to the store. Do you want to go (there)? Nous allons au magasin. Tu veux y aller ?
He was at Jean's house. He was there. Il était chez Jean. Il y était.
I'm responding to a letter. I'm responding (to it). Je réponds à une lettre. J'y réponds.
He's thinking about our trip. He's thinking about it. Il pense à notre voyage. Il y pense.
You have to obey the law. You have to obey it. Tu dois obéir à la loi. Tu dois y obéir.
Yes, I attended the meeting. Yes, I attended (it). Oui, j'ai assisté à la réunion. Oui, j'y ai assisté.
I'm going to think about your proposal. I'm going to think about it. Je vais réfléchir à votre proposition. Je vais y réfléchir.
I hesitate to tell the truth. I hesitate to tell it. J'hésite à dire la vérité. J'hésite à la dire.
I continue to read Balzac. I continue to read him. Je continue à lire Balzac. Je continue à le lire.
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