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Asked by Sam

In French is it right to say : je suis douze ans when I say how old I am please??

Hi! In French you use the verb "avoir" (to have) in order to tell your age : J'ai douze ans Tu as treize ans Nous n'avons pas le même âge

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Asked by Grace

What is the word for 'friends' in French?

There are a few words for ‘friends’ in french. You can use ‘Amis’ or ´copains’ (male group or mixed group) or ‘amies’ or ‘copines’ (for a group of females).

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Kerry Attfield
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Asked by Georgia

In French , does anyone know how to easily know when to use the perfect and when to use the imperfect tense? Thank you.

The perfect tense is about an event which is done and over. Also "j'ai lu" can be translated by both "I read" or "I have read" depending on the context. The imperfect is about duration, habits, repetition or descriptions. "Je lisais" can be translated by "I was reading" or " I used to read". The imperfect is also the past tense usually used when talking about the weather, time or age. ("Quand j'a... more

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Solène Secondé
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Asked by Faith

The difference between c’est, ces, cela, ça etc.

C’est = it’s - c‘est Paul = it‘s Paul Ces = these/those - ces voitures sont rouges = these cars are red Cela is not used in the spoken language and is replaced by ça. Ça = it, this, that - ça va ?

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Anaïs Vella
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Asked by Grace

Does anyone have an essay or notes on social exclusion in La Haine ?

I did quite a few essays on the film during my A level. Often key scenes to talk about is the difference on how the Banlieue is portrayed compared to Paris, the three boys live in the definition of a place excluded from the higher, more sophisticated society of Paris. Kassovitz seems to show this through filming techniques. Although the film is in black and white, when they are in Paris, there it... more

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Asked by Rosa

How do you say - My name is rosa and i love to learn new things . In french

Nice to meet you Rosa! mon nom est Rosa et j'aime apprendre de nouvelles choses

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Sarah Terris
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Asked by Max

How far should Canada go to protect bilingualism?

There over seven million Canadians with French as a first language and a million of these are found outside of Quebec, representing a large client base. With an increasingly globalized world, where over 30 countries have French as an official language and over 220 million French speakers worldwide, bilingual employees can work with multinational corporations working in or with these countries. Exp... more

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Mary Rodriguez
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Asked by Ruby

How do you form the French conditional tense?

The conditional is formed by adding the imperfect tense endings to the future stem of the verb.

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Paris Letti
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