Is your sister doing well in French duolingo?

Is your sister doing well in French duolingo?

So you would say “Tu vas bien” and “Il va bien”.

Is your wife doing well French duolingo?

When to use ‘vais’ and ‘va’? Because that would mean “is your wife goes well”. Elle vas bien ta femme? Je vais, tu vas, il/elle/ta femme va.

Is your father doing well in French duolingo?

“Tu vas bien ?” and “Vous allez bien ?” work when asking if the person you’re talking to is doing well, but the proper conjugation would be “Il/elle va bien ?” when asking if “he” or “she” (in this case, their father) is doing well.

Where does your grandmother live in French duolingo?

The subject is “tu abuela”, “your grandmother”, so you need the verb for “she” rather than “you”. It’s “ella vive” and “tu abuela vive”. Why not vives? “Vives” is the form for “tú”, so “dónde vives” is “where do you live”.

How do you say Grandpa in French Canadian?

Grand-père is the formal French term for grandfather. Grand-papa is slightly less formal, and there are several other informal terms, including pépère and papy or papi.

Where do you live in French duolingo?

You are asking “of where do you live” or “from where do you live”. To ask where a person lives, you would ask “donde vives” or “donde vive usted”. You can say “de donde eres” – “where are you from”.

What does a mean in French?

Generally speaking, à means “to,” “at,” or “in,” while de means “of” or “from.” Both prepositions have numerous uses and to understand each better, it is best to compare them. Learn more about the preposition à.

What is the difference between Habite and Habites in French?

J’habite (I live…) Tu habites (You live..) Il/Elle habite (He/She lives…) Nous habitons (We live…)

How do you use Habite in French?

For example:

  1. J’habite Paris / J’habite à Paris. — I live in Paris.
  2. Nous avons habité une maison / dans une maison. — We lived in a house.
  3. Il n’a jamais habité la banlieue / en banlieue. — He has never lived in the suburbs.
  4. Cette maison n’est pas habitée. — This house is unoccupied.

What is the perfect tense of Visiter in French?

visiter: Conjugation

Present Perfect
Past historic Past anterior
je visitai tu visitas il/elle visita nous visitâmes vous visitâtes ils/elles visitèrent Pronounce these verb forms j’ eus visité tu eus visité il/elle eut visité nous eûmes visité vous eûtes visité ils/elles eurent visité Pronounce these verb forms