Can you please informal French?
“s’il te plaît”
How do you say you can in French informal?
So for example, to say You can/have the know-how to… when addressing a single person informally, you would use the form tu sais. So to say You can speak French, this would be Tu sais parler français2.
How could I help you French?
comment puis-je vous aider?
How may I help you today in French?
How can I help you today? Que puis-je faire pour t’aider ?
What is s’il te plait?
s’il te plaît : please (informal) s’il vous plaît : please (formal, plural) Vous is the formal form of “you”, used with strangers, elderly people, and when we’re talking to people in a professional context (at least to begin with).
What is pouvoir?
Pouvoir is a very common French verb with irregular conjugations and an unusual relationship to some of its English equivalents. * Pouvoir generally means “can” or “to be able,” but it’s a bit more complicated in certain tenses.
Do French people say puis je?
“Puis-je” – Extremely Formal and Nowadays Outdated. In extremely formal and old-fashioned French, we used to say: “puis-je”.
What is Je peux?
Pouvoir is an elementary French verb meaning “to be able to.” It’s an irregular verb, which means it’s not conjugated like most other verbs ending in -ir.
How do you say my name is in France?
The usual way to say “hi, my name is…” in French is “Bonjour, je m’appelle”. It is pronounced “bon-zhoor, zhuh mah-pel”.
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?”
What do you want in French?
The French translation for “What do you want?” is Que voulez-vous ?. The French, Que voulez-vous ?, can be broken down into 3 parts:”what; which” (que), “want; are wanting (2nd person plural)” (voulez) and “you (singular polite form and plural)” (vous).
How do you spell avoir?
Avoir is the French verb that means “to have”. But it has so much more than that going for it! For one thing, as you probably know already, avoir is the most common auxiliary (helping) verb in French. It’s used to conjugate most other French verbs in the passé composé and other compound tenses.