10 phrases to know when you meet someone

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In this short French lesson for beginners, we teach you useful phrases that you can use when you meet someone for the first time.
We suggest you watch this video first, which will be the basis of our mini course. Listen carefully to this video, repeat the sentences several times and then take the quiz. Good luck!


To extend this short lesson, you will find after the quiz some more words to improve your French lexicon.



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Here are more phrases to know to introduce yourself and improve your French vocabulary, enjoy 🙂

Très heureux de faire votre connaissance / Very pleased to meet you
Ravi de faire votre connaissance
/ Delighted to make your acquaintance
Quel âge avez-vous ? / How old are you?
J’ai 35 ans / I’m 35 years old.
D’où venez-vous ? / Where do you come from?
Je suis anglais (masculin) / I’m english
Je suis anglaise (féminin) / I’m english
Je suis australien (masculin) / I’m australian
Je suis australienne (féminin) / I’m australian
Je suis chinois (masculin) / I’m chinese
Je suis chinoise (féminin) / I’m chinese
Je suis japonais (masculin) / I’m japanese
Je suis japonaise (féminin) / I’m japanese
Je suis canadien (masculin) / I’m canadian
Je suis canadienne (féminin) / I’m canadian

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