How to say how are you in french

It’s almost February. I’s almost Valentine’s Day!

So I decided to start a Love Theme until the end of February.

Today, I’m going to show you 7 Ways to say “I Love You” in French. Every week will teach you something new about French Love!

Vous êtes prêts?

1- Je t’aime pour toujours = I love you for ever / Je t’aime plus chaque jour = I love you more each day 

2- Je t’adore = I adore you 

3- Je suis folle de toi = I am crazy about you, if a woman is speaking / Je suis fou de toi = I am crazy about you, if a man is speaking 

4- Tu me rends gaga = you make me stupid 

5- Je t’ai dans la peau = literally I have you in the skin 

6- Tu me rends tellement heureuse = You make me so happy, if a woman is speaking / Tu me rends tellement heureux = You make me so happy, if a man is speaking 

7- Sans toi, je ne suis rien = Without you, I am nothing 

So now please go practice them all! 

If you liked this video, stay tuned because next week I’ll give you 12 common Love Pet Names in French!

Come JOIN US on February 19th to discover How the French Invented Love

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I will take you on a virtual trip starting in 12th century France when Romantic Love was invented by the French moving along each century up until today to see how the concept of Love evolved throughout History!

Plus I’ll teach you some fun French romance phrases and we’ll finish with a “Who is your Ideal French Lover” Q&A game! 

Come celebrate la Saint Valentin the French way avec moi!

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A simple conversation

Two good friends—Marie and Jean—are meeting:

  • Marie: Salut Jean. Ça va ?
  • Jean: Ça va bien, merci. Et toi, ça va ?
  • Marie: Pas mal.
  • Jean: Quoi de neuf ?
  • Marie: Pas grand-chose.
  • Marie: Au revoir Jean.
  • Jean: Au revoir, à demain.

How are you?

French Vocabulary • How are you? How are you? Ça va?
Comment allez-vous ? (formal), Comment vas-tu ? (informal),

Comment ça va ? / Ça va ? (informal)

How are you?
Ça va (très) bien I’m doing (very) well (lit. It’s going (very) well)
Oui, ça va. Yes, it goes.
Très bien, merci. Very well, thanks.
Pas mal. Not Bad
pas si bien/pas très bien not so well
(très) mal (very) bad
Comme ci, comme ça. So-So.
Désolé(e). Sorry.
Et toi ? Et vous ? And you? (informal) And you? (formal)

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Basic phrases – Dialogue

French Exercise • How are you? Basic Phrases Expressions de base
Exercise Put the following conversation in order:
First Second Third Fourth
1. Michel Je ne vais pas très bien. Bonjour, Jacques Au revoir Comment ça va?
2. Jacques Désolé. Ça va très bien! Et vous? Allez-vous bien? À demain. Salut, Michel!
Solution:
First Second Third Fourth
1. Michel Bonjour, Jacques. Comment ça va? Je ne vais pas très bien. Au revoir.
2. Jacques Salut, Michel! Ça va très bien! Et vous? Allez-vous bien? Désolé. À demain.
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