What classes do you have today? Tu as quels cours aujourd’hui? What classes do you have in the morning?
How do you ask what classes are you taking in French?
What class are you taking? Quel genre de cours tu prends ? What class are you in? Quelle classe ?
How do you say to take classes in French?
‘I take a French class = I take a class of French language’ = je suis une classe DE FRANÇAIS. On a side note, people have been pointing out that it should be “je suis un cours de français”, the class being the people, the course the content.
How do you say how many classes do you have in French?
How many classes are you taking? Combien de cours avez-vous ? Exactly how many classes are you taking? Tu suis combien de cours ?
What does ___ mean in French?
What is ___ in French? = ___, c’est quoi en français? What does ___ mean? = Que veut dire ___ ?
What are school subjects in French?
How do you say the school subjects in French?
- le français (m) = French.
- l’anglais (m) = English.
- les sciences (f) =science.
- les mathématiques / les maths = mathematics/maths.
- la musique (f) = music.
- l’éducation physique (f) = physical education.
- l’histoire (f) = history.
- la géographie / la géo (f) = geography.
How do you say French student in French?
Translate student from English to French
- student → étudiant, étudiante, élève.
- student → étudiant, élève, écolier, écolière.
What is the number six in French?
Numbers in French: 1-20
How do you ask what is your name in French?
If you’d like to say “What is your name?” in French, you generally have two options. To pose the question formally, you’d say “Comment vous-appelez vous? Speaking informally, you can simply ask “Comment t’appelles-tu?”
Do not say I love you in French?
The French don’t say, “I love you” because they don’t have a verb to express heartfelt sentiments for the people they care about. There is only the verb “, which means both “to like” and “to love”.
What do the French call a bathroom?
Note that the term les toilettes referring to the bathroom is always plural. You may also use the word les cabinets. If you do, you’d say, “Où sont les cabinets, s’il te plaît,” but it’s a bit old-fashioned.
How do you say classroom commands in French?
The 25 classroom instructions in French that you must know are
- Ecoutez. Listen.
- Parlez. Speak.
- Parlez plus fort. Speak up.
- Répondez. Answer.
- Lisez. Read.
- Ecrivez. Write.
- Regardez. Look.
- Montrez. Show.