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How do you say i like you in french?

There is no obvious way to say 'I like you' in french. J e t'aime means both 'I like you' and 'I love you', but commonly means only the latter. Je t'adore could be construed as 'I love you', but is the direct translation of 'I adore you'. In France, to say 'I like you' one would say Je t'aimes b (MORE)

How do you say like in French?

The verb "to like" in French is "aimer". It is a regular "-er" verb, meaning that it is conjugated with the typical endings of most "-er" verbs. You would conjugate it: J'aime Tu aimes Il aime Elle aime Nous aimons Vous aimez Ils aiment Elles aiment However, the word "like" used (MORE)

How do you say what would you like me to get in french?

This could be translated in different ways, depending on the meaning of "get". If you mean "What would you like me to buy?" then you would say Qu'est-ce que tu voudrais que j'achète ? (kess kuh tew voo-dray kuh zhah-shet)

How do you say do you like in french?

"Aimes-tu ?" or "est-ce que tu aimes ?" (if you know your interlocutor) "Aimez-vous ? or "est-ce que vous aimez ? (polite form and if there are severals interlocutors)

How do you say you like dogs in french?

You like dogs. Tu aimes les chiens. -- "tew em lay shyeh[n]" OR Vous aimez les chiens. -- "voo zay-may lay shyeh[n]" ("tu" is the familiar form of "you", "vous" is the formal form)

How do you say likes you in french?

As in "he/she likes you?" You would say il t'aime (=he) or elle t'aime (=she). But if you're talking to more than one person, or somebody you have a more formal relationship with, like a teacher or a boss, you would say il ( or elle) vous aime.

How do you say do you like summer in french?

Est-ce que tu aimes l'été ?\n. \nor\n. \nEst-ce que vous aimez l'été ?\n. \nwithout the "est-ce que", you may say:\n. \nAimes-tu l'été ? \n. \nor\n. \nAimez-vous l'été ?

How do you say as you like it in french?

If it is to a person you don't know well or a person of position, it would be:. Comme vous voulez. For someone you know well, family, friends, children:. Comme tu veux

How do you say like to draw in french?

like to draw. comme pour dessiner The above doesn't quite cover it : 'I like to draw' = 'J'aime dessiner'. What does the questioner mean by 'like to draw'? Has he addes the 'like' just because it is a common way of expression in modern English without the 'like' really having a meaning in that cont (MORE)

How do you say i like French in French?

I like French: J'aime le français I like the French: J'aime les français I like french class: J'aime le cours de français If you want to say "I like a lot/a little," in French in a sentence like: I like French a lot. I like French a little. A lot: Beaucoup A lit (MORE)

How do you say do you like French wine in French?

vous aimez le vin français? ---More complete: The above may also be worded in other ways: 1) Aimez-vous le vin français? - Literally: Like you French wine? 2) Est-ce que vous aimez le vin français? - Literally: Is it that you like French wine? Furthermore, the pronoun vou (MORE)

How do you say what season do you like in french?

quelle saison vous n'aimez "ne" needs something like "pas", or "rien" etc and indicates a negative. Iwould say "quelle saison aimez vous ?" although since there is an implication that there might be a season not liked "Quelle saison preferez-vous?" (NB I missed out the acute accents over the first (MORE)

How do you say 'because you like it' in French?

One way is to say "because you like it" is "parce qu'il te plaît," meaning "because it pleases you." ( Il would be replaced by elle if the "it" in question refers to a noun that's feminine in French.) "Parce que tu l'adore" directly translates to "because you adore it." If you say "parce que (MORE)

How do you say what sport do you like in French?

Quels sont les sports que vous aimez? Qu'est-ce que sont les sports que vous aimez? (formal/polite) Quels sont les sports que tu aimes? Qu'est-ce que sont les sports que tu aimes? (colloquial)

How do you say like to work out in French?

The term "work out" has three meanings in English. 1) If the question refers to "work out" as a slang term for exercise (i.e. I work out at the gym.), there is one translation. 2) If "work out" is an expression for navigating problems (i.e. I worked out the solution to this math problem), there is a (MORE)

How do you say what music do you like in french?

If you're talking to one person whom you know well (i.e. someone you can address as tu instead of vous ): "Qu'est-ce que tu aimes comme musique ?" If you're addressing several people, or someone you don't know that well (i.e. someone you must address as vous ): "Qu'est-ce que vous aimez com (MORE)

How do you say i like you in french language?

There isn't an exact equivalent between languages. If you want to say "I love you" you can say "Je t'aime" or "Je t'adore". If you want to be less forthright you could say "Je t'aime bien", which means "I like you" in the sense of "I am fond of you". Or "Tu me plais" means "I like you" in the sen (MORE)

How do you say what's he like in French?

For physical descriptions, you could say Il est blond (he is blond), Il est grand (he is tall), or Il est petit (he is short). For other attributes, you could say Il est tres sympa (he is very nice), Il est assez penible (he is pretty annoying), or Il est adorable (he is adorable). __ (MORE)