When was Tu vas me quitter created?
Tu vas me quitter was created in 2001-01.
comment ca vas or comment vas-tu or comment tu-vas
Tu vas bien = you are good or Tu vas bien? = how are you?
Comment vas-tu? in French means "How are you?" in English. Comment vas-tu? in French is "How are you?" in English.
"tu vas voir" = "you will see"
Vas-tu means "are you going"
où vas-tu ? means where are you going? (singular) It can be answered with je vais....
It means "where are you going ?" The form "tu vas oÃ¹ ?" is familiar, widespread and correct. Another version with a higher level of language could be "oÃ¹ vas-tu ?"
"oÃ¹ vas-tu ?" means 'where are you going ?' in French
"tu vas oÃ¹ ?" means "where d'you go?" in English.
A - to quelle - which ecole - school vas - second person singular: go tu - you (second person singular). It's vas-tu (inversion) 'cause it's a question. à quelle école vas-tu? = to which school do you go? =Which school do you go to?
comment vas-tu ? / comment allez-vous ? comment vas-tu? google translate :)
Comment vas-tu is an informal way of saying "How are you?"
How would you ask the phrase are you going to attend in french using the french subject tu would it be vas-tu l'assister or vas-tu a assister?
est-ce que tu vas assister (Ã la rÃ©union) = are you going to attend (the meeting) est-ce que tu vas y assister = are you going to attend (it) shorter (but not as common in speech) vas-tu y assister ? -
You are going to is "tu vas ...(+ verb at the infinitive) in French. You are going to have problems (tu vas avoir des problÃ¨mes) You are going to do your homework (tu vas faire tes devoirs)
Comment allez-vous? or, to a friend or child, Comment vas-tu? or Comment tu vas?
oÃ¹ vas-tu ?K means 'where are you going? in English.
what dose this mean in English ou vas-tu en ville
Qu'est-ce que tu vas dire ? Que vas-tu dire ?
Est-ce que tu vas ... means 'are you going ...' in French.
Allez vous bien? Vas tu bien? comment allez vous? Comment vas tu?
Ã quelle Ã©cole vas-tu ? means what school are you going to? in French.
à quelle école est-ce que tu vas ? à quelle école vas-tu ?
tu vas Ãªtre dans le coin (familiar) = you'll be in the whereabouts
tu me manqueras, tu vas me manquer
Comment vaS-tu? How are you?
Both expressions are used interchangeably. "Comment ça va ?" means: "How are you?", "How is it going?" "Comment vas-tu ?" means: "How are you doing?" "Comment" = "How", "ça" = "it", "tu" = "you", "va" and "vas" are forms of the verb "aller" (to go)
"Who is the girl in the video of enrique iglesias called si tu te vas?"
how are you Madam? (better say 'comment allez-vous' instead of 'comment tu vas', as 'Madame' indicates a formal background)
Moi aussi means 'me too'. Est-ce que tu vas ... is are you going... and est-ce que tu vas bien is 'are you going well, are you fine'. Aujourd'hui means 'today'.
you go/you are going (singular) - it should be - tu vas
tu vas a estar
"comment vas-tu ? "
Translation: How are you going?
tu vas où? is slang for - where are you going? Addition "le" must be followed by a day. If the date is not precised (just the day is mentionned) Tu vas où le lundi (or les lundis)? Where are you going on mondays ? or i think it's better to say "where do you go on mondays ?" If the date is precised "où-vas-tu le lundi 18 octobre ?" Where are you going (or… Read More
it means where are you going
Et toi, comment vas-tu? - And you, how are you?
Qu'est-ce que tu vas faire? in French is "What are you going to do?" in English.
¿Cuando vas tú a la fiesta? When are you going to the party?
"tu me manqueras, tu vas me manquer" is the French translation for "I will miss you".
Tu necesitaras, tu vas a necesitar, you will need
estas tu vas a.....
how are you? (literally are you going well?)
where are you going to be?
you go or you are going
You will do your duties.
"tu vas à" means "you are going to" (some place), possibly in interrogative form. "amarme" does not exist as a word or place name. More context would help.