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Introducing Yourself

Note: means that audio is not available for that word or phrase.

What is your name?Comment vous appelez-vous? (formal)
 Comment tu t'appelles? (informal)
My name is Thierry.Je m'appelle Thierry.
Pleased (to meet you).Enchanté / Enchantée (both are pronounced the same)
I am 23 years old.J'ai 23 ans.
How old are you?Quel âge avez-vous? (formal)
 Quel âge as-tu? (informal)
Where are you from?D'où venez vous? (formal)
 D'où tu viens? (informal)
I'm American.Je suis américain (male)
 Je suis américaine. (female)
No, I'm from Canada.Non, je viens du Canada.
You're English. (formal)Vous êtes anglais (male)
 Vous êtes anglaise. (female)
You're Scottish. (informal)Tu es écossais (male)
 Tu es écossaise. (female)
She's Australian.Elle est australienne. (m = australien)
He's Irish.Il est irlandais. (f = irlandaise)
We're from New Zealand.Nous sommes néo-zélandais (male)
 Nous sommes néo-zélandaise. (female)
They are Welsh.Ils sont gallois (male)
 Elles sont galloises (female)
How do you like France?Aimez-vous la France? (formal)
I like it very much.Je l'aime beaucoup.
Have you ever been to Belgium?Est-ce que vous avez été en Belgique? (formal)
No, never.Non, jamais.
This is my second time in Switzerland.Je suis pour la seconde fois en Suisse.
What do you do?Qu' est-ce que vous faîtes dans la vie? (formal)
I'm a student.Je suis étudiante. (female)
 Je suis étudiant (male)
I'm on vacation.Je suis en vacances.
I'm here on business.Je suis là pour raison professionnelle.


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