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French Sayings – How Are You in French

by Jake Beus March 24th, 2011 More

An important part of learning French is learning the French sayings. Some of the sayings or phrases are certainly more important than others, but taking the time to learn them will help you flow better as you speak. You will sound more natural. You don’t want to be spitting out useless, random words like “red car” and “monkeys”. I’m not saying that those things are useless, but you probably won’t find much use for them when speaking unless you drive a red Mazda Miada and have a pet monkey. The odds aren’t great. Learn French sayings like how are you in French instead of that other monkey business. You should strive to be conversational no matter what language you’re learning. People will be much more likely to warm up to you if you are warm and friendly with them in your speech. Browse around the French portion of this website and learn as much as you can for free if you haven’t done so already.

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  2. Bob
    July 27th, 2011 at 23:53 | #2

    Great post! Thanks for the tips. Hope my French gets better haha

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  5. John
    September 27th, 2011 at 09:55 | #5

    French is difficult, but a beautiful language!!

  6. Live Language
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    Very useful post! Learning to be conversational in any language will help you pick things up faster, especially when you are practicing your language skills with a native speaker

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    I absolutely love this post (and this whole blog)! Basic greetings like these are always the very first words and phrases and that I teach students in my online courses.

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