How do you do days in French?
Here is how to say the days of the week in French:
- Monday = lundi.
- Tuesday = mardi.
- Wednesday = mercredi.
- Thursday = jeudi.
- Friday = vendredi.
- Saturday = samedi.
- Sunday = dimanche.
How do you count days in French?
Days of the week
- lundi. Monday.
- mardi. Tuesday.
- mercredi. Wednesday.
- jeudi. Thursday.
- vendredi. Friday.
- samedi. Saturday.
- dimanche. Sunday.
How do you use dates in French?
The formal way of writing the date is day, then date, then month. For example, you would write mardi, 18 avril (Tuesday, 18 April). Note that the French don’t use “th” or “st” with the numbers like we do.
How do the French use weekdays?
Weekdays in French
- In French, weekdays can be used with the article “le” but also without.
- —–> Without “le” (Dialogue 1)
- —–> With “le” (Dialogue 2)
- To talk about a habit, to express a regularity the article “le” is necessary.
- In dialogue 2, the article “le” is used because the person is talking about a habit.
How do you answer what day is it today in French?
quel jour sommes-nous aujourd’hui ?
How do you answer the date in French?
State today’s date in a sentence.
- To answer with “Today is Monday, November 15th,” write Aujourd’hui, c’est le lundi 15 novembre.
- To answer “Today is Sunday,” say Aujourd’hui, c’est dimanche. or simply C’est dimanche.
How do you say the days of the month in French?
Here are the days of the week (les jours de la semaine), starting with Monday.
- lundi (Monday)
- mardi (Tuesday)
- mercredi (Wednesday)
- jeudi (Thursday)
- vendredi (Friday)
- samedi (Saturday)
- dimanche (Sunday)
How do you write dates?
The international standard recommends writing the date as year, then month, then the day: YYYY-MM-DD. So if both Australians and Americans used this, they would both write the date as 2019-02-03.
How do you start and end a letter in French?
To start writing a letter in French, you need the proper salutation and the correct title of the person you are writing to.
Salutations for French Personal Letters.
|Cher Monsieur||Dear Sir|
|Cher Monsieur ______||Dear Mr. ______|
|Chère Madame||Dear Ma’am|
|Chère Madame ______||Dear Mrs. _______|
|Chère Mademoiselle||Dear Miss|