Question: How do you describe weekend in French?

In France, two spellings are acceptable: “le week-end” or “le weekend”. A lot of books will tell you the French word for it is “la fin de semaine”.

How do you say how was your weekend?

People often say “Thanks” or “Thank you” when they respond to the question “How was your weekend?” For example, they might say, “It was great; thank you!” or “It was fantastic; thanks!” Feel free to incorporate “Thanks” or “Thank you” into the chart and your model conversation if you want.

How was your day today French?

“Comment se passe ta/votre journée ?”

What do you do in your free time in French?

What do you do in your free time? — Qu’est-ce que tu fais pendant ton temps libre ?

What are some French activities?

Hobbies – Les passe-temps

cooking la cuisine faire la cuisine
music la musique écouter la musique jouer de la musique
painting la peinture
reading la lecture faire de la lecture
sailing la voile faire de la voile

How do you answer the weekend plan?

Instead of telling people that you plan to sleep or drink all weekend, you can say:

  1. I’m planning to take it easy.
  2. (I’ll) probably just relax. (note: will is okay here because it is not a definite plan)
  3. (I’ll) probably just stay home. …
  4. (I’ll) probably just hang out at home.
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How do you respond to have a nice weekend?

Best reply to “Have a nice weekend”?

  1. “Same to you.”
  2. “You too.”
  3. “I wish you, too.”

How do you say have a good day in French informal?

In French, the normal way to say this is, “Bonne journée!”, which literally means “[Have a] good day!” and is specifically used in this situation. (Adrien Grandemange’s answer to ‘Bonne journée’ vs. ‘Bonjour’ sums it up perfectly.) The same phrase could be used in more or less formal situations.

How are you this morning French?

How are you this morning? Comment allez-vous ce matin? How are you this morning? Comment ça va ce matin ?

What’s your name is French?

How to say “what is your name?”” in French. Comment vous appelez-vous ? – What’s your name?