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Phrases utiles

 

Voici une nouvelle série d’infographies appelée “Useful sentences in French” qui vous permettra d’apprendre des phrases simples du language courant français.

Here’s a new collection of infographics called “Useful sentences in French” that will give you the possibility to learn easy sentences of colloquial French.

 

Cette première phrase peut être utile si vous voyagez en France (ou dans un pays francophone) et que vous souhaitez vous connecter sur le réseau wi-fi de l’endroit où vous êtes.

This first sentence can be useful if you are traveling in France (or in a French speaking country) and wish to connect to the wi-fi network where you are.

  • C’est quoi le mot de passe wi-fi ici ? (What’s the wifi password here?)
  • C’est internet123 en minuscules. (It’s internet123 in small letters (lower case).)

 

 

Si le mot de passe est “Internet123”, on doit dire : “Internet123 avec un I majuscule“.

If the password is “Internet123”, you must say: “Internet123 with a capital I”.

Useful sentence in French 1

Peut-être avez-vous besoin de revoir comment on prononce l’alphabet en français ? Le voici :

Maybe you need to repeat how to pronounce the alphabet in French? Here it is:

 

French alphabet

L’alphabet français

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