How do you ask for nationality in French?
Answering this question is very easy!
You just say Je suis, which means “I am”, then your nationality.
[slowly] Je suis américain.
Just replace “américain” with your own nationality.
How do you ask where were you born in French?
The French translation for “Where were you born? (informal; feminine)” is Où es-tu née ?. The French, Où es-tu née ?, can be broken down into 4 parts:”where” (où), “are (2nd person singular)” (es), “you (singular)” (tu) and “born (feminine singular)” (née).
What is Where are you from in French?
The French translation for “Where are you from? (informal)” is Tu es d’où ?. The French, Tu es d’où ?, can be broken down into 4 parts:”you (singular)” (tu), “are (2nd person singular)” (es), “of; from” (de) and “where” (où).
How do you ask politely in French?
French Greetings & Politeness
Note that in French, we use the verb “vouloir”in the conditional, just like in English, to ask for something politely. je voudrais, tu voudrais, il voudrait, nous voudrions, vous voudriez, ils voudraient.
How do you answer what is your nationality?
Normally speaking, people use “American” as the answer to nationality. However, all US passports show “United States of America” under Nationality. After making a Google Search, I found that the passports of all other countries use “Nationality” in the natural way – for example, “Canadian” for Canadian Passports.
What is your number in French?
The French, Quel est ton numéro de téléphone ?, can be broken down into 6 parts:”which; what (masculine singular)” (quel), “is (3rd person singular)” (est), “your (informal masculine singular)” (ton), “number” (numéro), “of; from” (de) and “telephone” (téléphone).
What is your birthday French?
Translation of “When is your birthday” in French. c’est quand ton anniversaire.