Can you speak English in France?
Of course you can speak English in France. You can speak English anywhere. In places with lots of foreign tourists, hotel staff and many restaurant staff will understand English. In other places, much of the population under 40 will have some (maybe limited) understanding of English.
How do you ask someone if they speak English?
“Would you please say that in English?” assuming something has been said. You can be ultra-polite, “May I please request you to speak in English?” You can also be firm and to the point, yet polite – “Please speak in English“. Politeness is actually in the speaker’s tone.
Is it rude to ask someone if they speak English?
In most cases here, its all about attitude, if you are humble, have learned to say that question in the language of the native it is not rude. If you are humble and asks in English, it is still not rude. However, if you expects people to know English despite it not being their native language, you are rude.
Do you speak English in French duolingo?
“Parles-tu anglais?” is also accepted.
Is French hard to learn?
But fear not! Because as this post is going to explain, French is actually one of the easiest European languages to learn. In many ways, it’s even easier than learning English! And as French is a world language, spoken by over 220 million people, learning French can give you access to a huge chunk of the world.
Can I live in France without speaking French?
Many people who move to France do so without being able to speak any French. Although it might be acceptable for certain professions, most expats will find that their having more fun as they pick up the language. Generally, people develop their language skills out of necessity.
Do you speak English how do you answer?
if someone ask me, “Do you speak english?”, what should i answer if i want to say i don’t speak very well? You can just say ‘little’ and that should do the trick.
How do you ask if someone is in French?
In written form for example: “Vous êtes français?” “Vous êtes français.”
How do you speak?
When it’s your turn to talk…
- Get your thinking straight. The most common source of confusing messages is muddled thinking.
- Say what you mean. Say exactly what you mean.
- Get to the point. Effective communicators don’t beat around the bush.
- Be concise.
- Be real.
- Speak in images.
- Do it with thought and care.
- Use your eyes.
How do you ask someone what language they speak?
“What languages do you speak?” would make the most sense. I say “languages” because if you are asking the question in English, one would assume you mean “besides English.” This means the answerer will speak at least two (their native language and English).
Is your sister doing well in French duolingo?
“Vos soeurs vont-elles bien?” (Are your sisters doing well?). “Vas-tu bien?” and “Allez-vous bien” (Are you doing well?). “Ta sœur va bien?” is colloquial. The French use more often “Comment va ta sœur?” (How your sister is doing?).