How do you ask for the day in French?

How do you ask for the day in French?

Asking and Answering French has three different ways to ask “What day (of the week) is it?” Quel jour est-ce ? Quel jour est-on ? Quel jour sommes-nous ?

How do you flirt with someone in French?

Here are some typical phrases used to flirt in French:

  1. Excuse-moi, tu as l’heure ?
  2. Pardon, tu aurais du feu/une cigarette ?
  3. Tu es avec quelqu’un ?
  4. Tu veux (aller) boire un verre ?
  5. Je peux t’offrir un verre ?
  6. Tu viens souvent ici ?
  7. Tu veux aller faire un tour ?
  8. On pourrait peut être aller…

How do you flatter someone in French?

For example:

  1. Tu as de très beaux yeux. (“You have very beautiful eyes.” ) Toi aussi. [Casual] / Vous aussi. [Formal] (“You too!” )
  2. J’adore ton t-shirt ! (“I love your T-shirt!” ) Merci, mais je ne peux pas rivaliser avec ta chemise. (“Thank you, but I can’t compete with your shirt.” )

How do you compliment a dress in French?

If you like the clothes someone is wearing or want to compliment their new haircut, you can say ‘ça te va à ravir’ – meaning ‘this suits you beautifully’.

How do you compliment a baby in French?

Lesson 1. Baby-Related Compliments

  1. “Qu’il est mignon! / qu’elle est mignonne !” He/she is so cute! “Qu’il est beau !”
  2. “Qu’est-ce qu’il (ou elle) vous ressemble !” He/she looks just like you!
  3. “il/elle est à croquer.” He/she looks good enough to eat.
  4. Ma puce. My flea.
  5. areuh. baby sounds; similar to googoo gaga.
  6. le lait. milk.

How do you compliment someone’s clothes in French?

8) Ce costume vous va très bien. “Ce costume” translates into English as “this suit,” or “that outfit.” You can also replace “vous” with “te” if you are complimenting a friend, family member or someone who is around the same age as you, or younger.

How would you describe French style?

It is something effortless, classic, nonchalant, cool but not arrogant. French girl style is all about finding the right balance between looking dressed up and laid-back at the same time. It’s not being obsessed about wearing bold shades, extravagant items, bright colors, and expensive pieces.

What does Lou mean in French?

Lou is a shortening (Breton and French) of the French and Breton Louane. Lou is also a shortening (English) of the Dutch, English, French, and German Louise. Lou is also a form of the English Lucy. See also the related forms, the English Emmylou, the English and Italian Luana, and the English and German Marylou.

What does Lulu mean in French?

smasher; stunner; knockout; beauty; ravisher; sweetheart; peach; looker; mantrap; dish; woman; adult female.

What is the English of Lau?

bottle gourd. Last Update: 2018-03-21.