How do you ask in French language what about the children?
Et les enfants?
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In French, to ask 'how are you?' , you say: Ã§a VA? To answer, you can say: Ã§a VA bien! Meaning 'I'm good!' Then you say: Et toi? Ã§a VA? … Meaning 'And you? How are you?' Be careful of which tone you use to answer someone's question though, because it may sound like you're asking them the question and not answering theirs!
what is this is tranlated in French as "qu'est-ce c'est ?"
"Ferme la bouche"- Close the mouth/ Shut up. Est-ce que vous pouvez faire un peu moins de bruit? Un peu de silence s'il vous plaÃ®t. Allez les enfants! Du calme s'il vous …plaÃ®t! Parlez doucement, ne criez pas - il n'y a pas besoin de crier.
its ... de lÃ oÃ¹ Ãªtes vous D'oÃ¹ venez-vous? Vous Ãªtes de quel pays? Vous Ãªtes d'oÃ¹?
quelle langue parles-tu / parlez-vous ?
French children are first taught French. The first foreign language is English, then Spanish, then German.
First French, 2d foreign is English.
formal: oÃ¹ Ãªtes-vous? informal: oÃ¹ es-tu?
Any language that children are raised in will be the language they understand.
"Et comment ca va?" (Eh komm-on-saw-vaw) or, more formally, "Et comment allez-vous?" (Eh comm-on tahl-ay-voo) (The 'tahl' rhymes with the "Val" in valley. The first way …means, "and how it goes?" (We might say, "how's it going?) The second way means, "and how go you?" (We might say, "and how do you do?")
English is by far the most-taught foreign language in French schools. Spanish comes second, German is a distant third. Italian, Chinese, Polish, regional languages are also ta…ught but in very few high schools.
Ou se trouve..... [ooh ser trhr-oove] followed by whatever it is that you are seeking.
You can certainly ask questions in other languages. Just file them under "Translations" or one of the "Questions in ___" categories. You might not get an answer very quickly, …though -- depends on how many people who read French or other languages check into the site.
Research has shown that one can begin to teach French language lessons to a toddler. It is important that a child is consistently exposed to the language in order for the chi…ld to learn properly. If one wants a young child to learn French it has been suggested to hire a French nanny.