How do I say I live in Canada?
“J’habite au Canada” is correct.
How do you answer where you live in French?
Où habites-tu ? Where do you live? Vous habitez où ? Where do you live?
How do you say I live in a country in French?
The most common one is j’habite en/au/à… You use j’habite en/au/aux for countries (en for feminine countries, au for masculine countries and aux for plural countries), and j’habite à for the others (cities, neighborhoods).
What is your name in French?
If you’d like to say “What is your name?” in French, you generally have two options. To pose the question formally, you’d say “Comment vous-appelez vous? Speaking informally, you can simply ask “Comment t’appelles-tu?”
Is Canada in French feminine?
The French translation for “canadian (feminine)” is canadienne.
What do the French call France?
France in French: more facts! The official name of the country is ‘The French Republic’ (République française). The name can be used as a female first name: France Gall, Marie-France… France is also a surname: Anatole France (1844-1924) was a French poet, journalist, and novelist.
How do you say 1 million in French?
So while “one million” in English is 1,000,000, in French it’s 1.000. 000. Alternately, un million can also be written 1 000 000, where the periods are replaced by single spaces.
What are some French words to say about Canada?
French words for Canadian include Canadien and canadienne. Find more French words at wordhippo.com!
How do you describe your home in French?
And if you want to describe your home then the adjectives you use must agree with the nouns. For masculine nouns this means the adjectives stay the same. Mon appartement est petit – My flat is small. For feminine nouns like la maison the adjective you use needs to add an -e on the end.
What does Il y a mean in French?
Il y a is a really useful phrase – it means there is or there are. Dans ma ville il y a un café – In my town there is a cafe. Il y a un collège dans ma ville – There is a school in my town. C’est ma ville! – That’s my town! Tu habites où? – Where do you live?