- What do you say after Merci?
- What does Sava mean?
- What is the meaning of Ca va bien et toi?
- How do you respond to Ca va bien?
- What is ca va bien?
- How do you reply allez-vous?
- What’s your name in French?
- How are you in French ca va?
- Is tu vas bien formal or informal?
- Can you answer ca va with ca va?
- Can you say bonjour at night?
- How do you say have a good day in French?
- How do you reply to Bonsoir?
- How do you respond to Tu as quel age?
- Is Ca va informal?
- How do you respond to Quoi de Neuf?
What do you say after Merci?
de rienThe usual answer to “merci” in French is “de rien” which has about the same meaning as “no problem” and translates to “it’s nothing”.
The most commonly used is probably “De rien”.
Your “Pas de problème” is used also, and is more casual..
What does Sava mean?
Sava → Save. Sava → Sava, Save.
What is the meaning of Ca va bien et toi?
Ça va bien, et toi? I’m fine, what are you doing?
How do you respond to Ca va bien?
How to respond. The quickest response to “Comment ça va?” is “Ça va bien, et toi?” (“It’s going well, how about you?”). Memorize this question and answer combination because you’ll use it a lot. If you’re not doing well, you can say “Ça va mal” (“It’s not going well”).
What is ca va bien?
Ça va bien. (Things are going well.)
How do you reply allez-vous?
A more formal way to say this is Comment allez-vous ?. You can respond by using ça va as a statement; Ça va. in this case is used for I’m fine. The adverb bien /bjɛ̃/ is used to say well, and is often said both alone and as Ça va bien.
What’s 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?”
How are you in French ca va?
Comment ça va: The friendly “how are you” “Comment ça va” literally means “how is it going” or “how it goes”. You can use it with friends, family members and people you know well. Basically, with anyone you’re on a “tu” basis with.
Is tu vas bien formal or informal?
7. Tout va bien – “All good” This expression literally means “all goes well” and can be used to say “all good” in either formal or informal situations.
Can you answer ca va with ca va?
You can reply ça va or pas trop mal (not too bad) as the spirit moves you. Ça va means literally “It goes.” We use it as both a question and an answer: … Ça va bien means “it goes well” and it can be used in the same way more or less, as a meaningless polite question and reply. Ça va bien? (Things are going well?)
Can you say bonjour at night?
Both are used to greet people but not a the same time of the day. Say “Bonjour” until the end of the afternoon and “bonsoir” once the evening starts. Bonjour is a greeting and only a greeting at the difference of “bonsoir” that can be used to say good bye in the evening and evening ONLY.
How do you say have a good day in French?
In French, the normal way to say this is, “Bonne journée!”, which literally means “[Have a] good day!” and is specifically used in this situation.
How do you reply to Bonsoir?
When someone greets you bonsoir, you can reply using bonsoir simply. It is use for formal as well as informal greeting in French-speaking countries. There is also an other way of responding or greeting someone when replying to bonsoir. It is by responding “Salut”.
How do you respond to Tu as quel age?
Lesson Summary This question can also have a slightly different word order, frequently used in conversation: Tu as quel âge? To answer, saying how old you are, you begin with j’ai followed by your age, for example, J’ai 22 ans. In French, the verb avoir is always used when saying how old someone is.
Is Ca va informal?
Meaning of Ça Va Literally translated, ça va means “it goes.” Used in casual conversation, it can be both a question and a reply, but it’s an informal expression.
How do you respond to Quoi de Neuf?
Otherwise you can move the conversation along by replying rien de nouveau (‘nothing new’), rien de special (‘nothing special’) or simply pas grand chose (‘not much. ‘) Finally, it’s always polite to ask a question in return, so don’t forget to add Et toi, ça-va? (‘and how are you?