How do you say in french If all goes well I will become a grandmother in July?
"Si tout VA bien, je serai grand-mère en juillet".
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\n"Ua maika'i no" or simply "Ua maika'i."
The word for "you" in French would be "tu". Or you could say, "toi" as in, "Et toi?" which means, "And you?" Answer I believe it is "vous". Both forms can be used. Tu is us…ually used with people a person is familiar with, such as friends and close family members. Vous, on the other end, is intended to be used with older people, anyone in an authority position (teachers, boss, etc) and strangers. When you are talking about one person, you use 'tu'. If you are talking about more than one person you use 'vous'. Answer While in french class, I've learned that you would say ' vous ' to people you show respect to, like Family and/or elders. for example , when one says 'please' or 'how are you' to the parents they would say "S'il vous plaÃ®t" or "Comment-allez vous ". Now if one was to say please or how are you to a friend, they would say "s'il - te -plaÃ®t" or "comment vas - tu . Now if was a stranger, like a store keeper, of course you would need to show respect, but you would say 'tu' Note: I disagree a bit with the above statement. It would be quite unusual for a child to be in the habit of using "vous" with his or her parents. I would compare it to using "sir" with one's father. if you are trying to say something like "Oh good, it's you ", you would say "Ah bon, c'est toi" If you are trying to say something like "Are you eating?" you would say "Est-ce que tu manges?"
Tout est bien.
J'espÃ¨re que Ã§a VA bien
Ã§a VA trÃ¨s bien, Ã§a se passe trÃ¨s bien
Tout IRA bien
Tous est bien chez moi, j'espÃ¨re que toi aussi.
grand mÃ¨re. :)
Je suis la grand-mÃ¨re de Caira
espÃ©rant que tout VA bien avec vous
Al de poso de senta.
et tout ce que je peux dire en franÃ§ais