Easy French Sentences

Easy French Sentences have words similar to English that will enable you to understand what is meant.

Easy French is French similar to English.

There are of several types of Easy French Sentences:

1. EASIEST FRENCH SENTENCES

2. EASY FRENCH SENTENCES THAT NEED NO TRANSLATION

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EASIEST FRENCH SENTENCES

Easiest French Sentences feature words similar to English that will enable you to understand what is meant.

You can use the spelling and/or sound of each word similar to English to help you figure out the meaning of each Easy French Sentence.

From the key words similar to English you should be able to make out the meanings of the other French connecting words that are not similar to English. You can use the words similar to English as clues to the meanings of the other French words.

When you travel to France, you will probably see some Easiest French Sentences that you will be able to understand just because you know the English words related to the French words in these Easy French Sentences.

Examples of Easiest French Sentences

After the French and English versions of each sentence is the pronunciation of the French sentence.

French -- English -- [Say French]

Où est l’escalator? -- Where is the escalator? -- [oo ay lehs-kah-lah-TOHR]

Où sont les taxis? -- Where are the taxis? -- [oo sohng lay tahk-SEE]

Où est un restaurant? -- Where is a restaurant? -- [oo ay uhng reh-stoh-RAWNG]

Où est un café? -- Where is a café? -- [oo ay uhng ‘cafe’]

Où est un cyber café? -- Where is a cyber (internet) café? -- [oo ay uhng see-BEHR ‘cafe’]

Où est un fastfood? -- Where is a fast-food place? -- [oo ay uhng fahst-‘FOOD’]

Où est un hôtel? -- Where is a hotel? -- [oo ay uhng noh-TEHL]

Où est un bed and breakfast? -- Where is a bed and breakfast? -- [oo ay uhng ‘bed and’ brayk-FAHST]

Où est le parking? -- Where is the parking (lot)? -- [oo ay luh pahr-KEENG]

Où est le garage? -- Where is the (parking) garage? -- [oo ay luh ‘garage’]

Où sont les toilettes? -- Where is the toilets? -- [oo sohng lay twah-LEHT]

Ou est le supermarché? -- Where is the supermarket? -- [oo ay luh soo-pehr-mahr-SHAY]

Où est la pharmacie? -- Where is the pharmacy (drugstore)? -- [oo ay lah fahr-mah-SEE]

Où est la banque? -- Where is the bank? -- [oo ay lah bawngk]

Où est la cathédrale? -- Where is the cathedral? -- [oo ay lah kah-tay-DRAHL]

Où est le musée? -- Where is the museum? -- [oo ay luh mew-ZAY]

Où est le parc? -- Where is the park? -- [oo ay luh ‘park’]

Où est l’office de tourisme? -- Where is the office of tourism (information)? -- [oo ay loh-FEES duh too-REES-muh]

Où sont des toilettes accessibles aux handicapés? -- Where are the toilets accessible for the handicapped? -- [oo sohng day twah-LEHT ahk-seh-SEE-bluh oh awng-dee-kah-PAY]

Où puis-je changer le bébé? -- Where can I change the baby? -- [oo pwee-ZHUH shawng-ZHAY luh bay-BAY]

Êtes-vous marié(e)? -- Are you married? -- [eht-VOO mah-ree-YAY]

Est-il possible? -- Is it possible? -- [ey-TEEL poh-SEE-bluh]

Est-il possible de camper? -- Is it possible to camp? -- [ey-TEEL poh-SEE-bluh duh kawng-PAY]

Est-ce difficile? -- Is it difficult? -- [ehs dee-fee-SEEL]

Est-ce le bus pour Paris? -- Is this the bus for Paris? -- [ehs luh bews poor pah-REE]

Est-ce un film en français ou en anglais? -- Is it a film in French or in English? -- [ehs uhng feelm awng frawng-SAY oo awng nawng-GLAY]

Est-ce que vous avez cet article dans une autre coleur? -- Do you have this article in another color? -- [ehs kuh voo-zah-VAY seh-tahr-tee-KLUH dawng-zoo-NOH-truh koo-LEWR]

Quand est le bus pour Paris? -- When is the bus for Paris? -- [kawng tay luh bews poor pah-REE]

Quel est le score? -- What is the score? -- [keh-LAY luh ‘score’]

Quel est le prix? -- What is the price? -- [keh lay luh pree]

Quelle est l’adresse? -- What is the address? -- [keh lay lah-DREHS]

Quel est le numéro du train? -- What is the number of the train? -- [keh lay luh new-may-ROH doo trehng]

Quel est le numéro du train et sa destination? -- What is the number of the train and its destination? -- [keh lay luh new-may-ROH doo trehng ay sah deh-stee-nah-see-YOHNG]

Quel est le prix par nuit? -- What is the price per night? -- [keh lay luh pree pahr nwee]

Quels sont les ingrédients? -- What are the ingredients? -- [kehl sohng lay zehng-gray-dee-YEHNG]

Quelle sorte de salade est-ce? -- What sort of salad is that? -- [kehl ‘sort’ duh sah-LAHD ehs]

Quel âge ont vos enfants? -- What age are your infants? -- [keh lahzh ohng voh zawng-FAWNG]

Quel est le prix au kilomètre? -- What is the price per kilometer? -- [keh lay luh pree oh kee-loh-MEH-truh]

Y-a-t-il un message pour moi? -- Is there a message for me? -- [yah-TEEL uhng meh-SAHZH poor mwah]

Y-a-t-il une réduction pour les étudiants? -- Is there a reduction (discount) for students? -- [yah-TEEL ewn ray-dewk-see-YOHNG poor lay zay-tew-dee-YAWNG]

Y-a-t-il une réduction pour les seniors? -- Is there a reduction (discount) for seniors? -- [yah-TEEL ewn ray-dewk-see-YOHNG poor lay say-NYOHR]

Pouvez-vous réparer la télé? -- Could you repair the television? -- [poo-vay-VOO ray-pah-RAY lah tay-LAY]

Pouvez-vous réparer les toilettes? -- Could you repair the toilet? -- [poo-vay-VOO ray-pah-RAY lay twah-LEHT]

Pouvez-vous nous recommander un restaurant? -- Could you recommend a restaurant? -- [poo-vay-VOO noo reh-koh-mawng-DAY uhng rehs-toh-RAWNG]

Pouvez-vous nous recommander un restaurant spécialisé dans les steaks? -- Could you recommend a restaurant specializing in steaks? -- [poo-vay-VOO noo reh-koh-mawng-DAY uhng rehs-toh-RAWNG spay-see-yah-lee-ZAY dawng lay ‘steak’]

Pourriez-vous me recommander un hôtel? -- Could you recommend a hotel? -- [poo-ree-yay-VOO muh reh-koh-mawng-DAY uhng noh-TEHL]

Pourriez-vous me recommander un bed and breakfast? -- Could you recommend a bed and breakfast (B&B)? -- [poo-ree-yay-VOO muh reh-koh-mawng-DAY uhng ‘bed and breakfast’]

Puis-je confirmer ma réservation? -- Can I confirm my reservation? -- [pwee-ZHUH kohng-feer-MAY mah ray-zehr-vah-see-YOHN]

Puis-je changer ma réservation? -- Can I change my reservation? -- [pwee-ZHUH shawng-ZHAY mah ray-zehr-vah-see-YOHN]

Dois-je changer de train? -- Do I have to change trains? -- [dwah-ZHUH shawng-ZHAY duh trehng]

Combien ça coûte par heure? -- How much does this cost per hour? -- [kohng-bee-YEHNG sah koot pahr uhr]

Combien ça coûte par kilomètre? -- How much does this cost per kilometer? -- [kohng-bee-YEHNG sah koot pahr kee-loh-MEH-truh]

Combien de bagages sont permis? -- How much baggage (luggage) is permitted? -- [kohng-bee-YEHNG bah-GAHZH sohng pehr-MEE]

Comprenez-vous? -- Do you comprehend (understand)? -- [kohng-pruh-nay-VOO]

Le voyage, est-il difficile? -- The voyage, is it difficult? -- [luh vwah-YAHZH eh-TEEL dee-fee-SEEL]

A quelle heure serve-t-on le diner? -- At what time do they serve dinner? -- [a keh luhr sehrv-TON luh dee-NAY]

Voulez-vous danser avec moi? -- Would you dance with me? -- [voo-lay-VOO dawng-SAY ah-vehk mwah]

Aimez-vous danser le roc ou le slow? -- Do you like to dance rock or slow? -- [voo-lay-VOO dawng-SAY luh rohk oo luh ‘slow’]

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EASY FRENCH SENTENCES THAT NEED NO TRANSLATION

Some Easiest French Sentences are so easy that they need no translation because the words similar to English will enable you to understand what is meant.

You can use the spelling and/or sound of each word similar to English to help you figure out the meaning of each Easy French Sentence -- without need of translation.

So from the key words similar to English you should be able to make out the meanings of the other French connecting words that are not similar to English.

When you travel to France, you will probably see some French Sentences That Need No Translation which you will be able to understand just because you know the English words related to the French words in these Easy French Sentences.

Examples of Easy French Sentences That Need No Translation

After the French version of each sentence is the pronunciation of the French sentence.

French -- [Say French]

Pardon. -- [pahr-DOHNG]

Excusez-moi! -- [ehk-skew-zay-MWAH]

Mon nom est Paul. -- [Mohng nohng may ‘Paul’]

Je suis américain(e). -- [zhuh swee ah-may-ree-KEHNG(KEHN)]

Je suis australien(ne). -- [zhuh swee zoh-strah-lee-EHNG(EHN)]

Je suis artiste. -- [zhuh swee ahr-TEEST]

Je suis musicien(ne). -- [zhuh swee mew-zee-see-YEHNG(YEHN)]

Je suis végétarien(ne). -- [zhuh swee vay-zhay-tah-ree-YEHNG]

Je suis divorcé. -- [zhuh swee dee-vohr-SAY]

J’ai des problèmes. -- [zhay day proh-BLEHM]

Je suis diabétique. -- [zhuh swee dee-yah-bay-TEEK]

Je suis asthmatique. -- [zhuh swee ahs-mah-TEEK]

Je suis handicapé. -- [zhuh swee awng-dee-kah-PAY]

Je suis allergique à la pénicilline. -- [zhuh swee zah-lehr-ZHEEK ah lah pay-nee-see-LEEN]

J’ai des crampes. -- [zhay day krawngp]

J’ai une réservation. -- [zhay ewn ray-zehr-vah-see-YOHN]

Je voudrais une table pour six. -- [zhuh voo-DRAY ewn TAH-bluh poor sees]

Je voudrais une salade . -- [zhuh voo-DRAY ewn sah-LAHD]

Je voudrais un sandwich. -- [zhuh voo-DRAY uhng sahnd-WEESH]

Je voudrais une bouteille de bière. -- [zhuh voo-DRAY ewn boo-TEHY duh bee-YEHR]

Le service etait excellent. -- [luh sehr-VEE zey-TAY ehk-seh-LAHNG]

Mes compliments au chef. -- [may kohng-plee-MAWNG oh ‘chef’]

Je voudrais consulter un dentiste. -- [zhuh voo-DRAY kawng-sool-TAY uhng dawng-TEEST]

C’est urgent. -- [say tewr-ZHAWNG]

Informez ma famille. -- [ehng-fohr-MAY mah fah-MEE-yuh]

C’est intéressant. -- [say ehng-tat-reh-SAWNG]

C’est romantique. -- [say roh-mawng-TEEK]

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Easy French Sentences are not the only part of French that is easy.

Easy French is French similar to English.

EASY FRENCH WORDS look like English words. Some Easy French words are spelled exactly like English. Other Easy French words are spelled slightly different than English, but look related.

EASY FRENCH PHRASES contain enough words similar to English that you will be able to understand what the phrases mean.

EASY FRENCH PRONUNCIATIONS are French words pronounced like English, with some spelled exactly like English, and others spelled slightly different than English but still pronounced like English.

EASY FRENCH GRAMMAR has French words similar to English in the same order in French as in English (but unfortunately not all French grammar is Easy French Grammar.)

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Many French words are spelled exactly like English. Even more French words are spelled slightly different than English -- although easily recognizable as related to English.

Discover how much you know about French just because you know English. You will recognize more French words than you realize.

Since so many French words resemble English, it makes sense to take advantage of your experience with those related words. If you are an English-speaker, you have spent years with these English words that resemble French words. You know how to pronounce them, what they mean, how to use them in conversation, all without thinking about them consciously.

If you’ve never studied French, you may not realize that you already know many French words in English. Easiest Foreign Languages will reveal that you already know quite a bit of French, because so many French words are similar to English.

The Easy French words that are similar to English provide the easiest way to begin learning French, and can make learning the French language easier for you.

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