"Comment allez-vous ?" = How are you doing ?
The English for "Comment allez-vous?" is: How are you?
Comment allez-vous? in French is "How are you?" in English.
Comment allez-vous means 'how are you' in French.
I think you mean "Comment allez vous" which means "how are you?"
Comment allez-vous? means: How are you?
"Comment allez-vous ?" means "How are you?""allez" is pronounced "taley" because of the liaisonbetween the ending "t" of "comment" and the beginning vowel "a" of "allez".
The English equivalent of 'Comment allez-vous' is How are you?, How do you do? In the word-by-word translation, the adverb 'comment' means 'how'. The verb 'allez' is in the second person plural, and therefore means '[you all] are going, do go, go'. The personal pronoun 'vous' means 'you'.
Comment allez-vous aujourd-hui? in French means "How are you today?" in English.
Bonjour means Hello or good morning Comment allez vous means How are you ?
Comment allez-vous means "How are you". Asking:Comment allez-vous? [How are you?](formal)Answering:Je vais bien. (I'm fine.)Bien, merci. (Fine, thanks.)Bien, et vous? (Fine, and you?)
comment vas-tu?, comment allez-vous?, comment vas?, comment allez-vous?
How are you, please?
comment-allez-vous? means how are you? in French.
"comment-allez vous ?" Ans - cava bien, merci, et vous ? (I'm fine, thank you; and you ?)
"How are you?" in English is Comment allez-vous? in French.
Allez-vous...? in French is "Are you going...?" in English.
Vous allez bien? Comment allez-vous?
How are you:English = How are you?French = Comment allez vous?
you are going
comment allez-vous ?
Comment allez-vous? Vous allez bien? Comment ça va? Ca va?
I assume you mean "comment allez-vous?" in which case, "tallez" is not a word. The t is obtained by contraction between the "t" of "comment" and the "a" of allez". In this case, "comment allez-vous?" means "How are you?". However, "tallez" itself is the conjugated form of the French verb "taller", which means "to grow small branches". This is used when talking about plants, and it would be extremely weird for it to be used in the manner you described above.