Learning French: How to ask a question

 
Learning French: How to ask a question

The key to learning French is to accept your mistakes, learn from them, laugh, and move on! Géraldine went through the experience of living abroad, so she understands what it is to feel disconnected and isolated by the limitations of speaking in a foreign language.

In this episode of Comme Une Française TV, Géraldine helps us acquire a very necessary skill. What is the best or simplest way of asking a question in French properly, using the correct level of politeness? A nicely-phrased, courteous question will open so many more doors! Here are six ways to ask a question in French.

 


 

Géraldine Lepère is a French language and lifestyle expert. Through her popular “Comme Une Française” blog, videos, and training programs, she helps people relocating to France to integrate, and gain confidence in their language skills. In her own words, she’s here “to help you love France”.

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Géraldine Lepère is a French language and lifestyle expert. Through her popular "Comme Une Française" blog, videos, and training programs, she helps people relocating to France to integrate, and gain confidence in their language skills. In her own words, she's here "to help you love France". With her honesty, her sensitivity for cultural differences and her relaxed tone, Géraldine inspires people to enjoy and understand the French language and culture. Comme Une Française has been featured in The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Independent, The Guardian, 20 Minutes, M6, and others.

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