Jerrad Williams

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Last Active 09-16-14 9:50 pm
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  • Jethro42 I'd add that it's frequent that the one we're calling with a 'Vous' won't hesitate to tell you that he'd prefer a 'Tu' from you.
    September 29 06:01 PM
  • Jethro42 Gotcha! You English people don't have to deal with that detail since you only use the 'you' form. I also noticed that most of English speakers always (or almost) say 'Vous' least more frequently than 'Tu', and it's all alright. In French, 'Vous' is indeed a proof of courtesy. Most of French people are saying 'tu' save when we meet older people like you said. But the 'Vous' remains optional with time.
    September 29 05:55 PM
  • Jethro42 I'm not sure of what's the difference between formal and informal. I think the latter is kind of slang way of speaking. If it's the case, everybody can express himself in an informal way. As for the formal way, it's not only older people that can use that more official sort of language. Formal is the authentic way to speak a language or correct me. Btw, if I can help you I will, but I'm not a professor haha.
    September 29 05:00 PM
  • Jethro42 I'm not sure how to help you. I can already say that I feel you are great to learn French.
    September 29 01:04 PM
  • Jethro42 Hey, you seem to learn enriched French. A little mistake ; ''Est-ce qu'ils aiment'' and ''Recontre-t-il avec''...hummm would it be ''Rencontre-t-il''...? And ''avec'' doesnt have its place here. ''N'etudie-t-elle pas souvent?'' is exact. You can also say ''Etudie-telle souvent?'' ou encore ''Est-ce qu'elle etudie souvent?'' Another exemple; ''N'as tu pas remarqué que j'ai changé?'' You can also say ''As-tu remarqué que j'ai changé?'' Or ''Est-ce que tu as remarqué que j'ai changé?''
    September 29 01:03 PM

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