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How would you describe your personality in French?

How would you describe your personality in French?

Personality Traits in French

Masculine Plural Masculine English Translation
gentil gentils (jahn tee) kind
avare avares (ah vahr) stingy
sympathique sympathiques (sam pah teek) nice/sympathetic
méchant méchants (meh shahn) mean

What are describing words for personality?

Here is a list of English words that are often used to describe someone’s personality.

  • brave – someone who isn’t afraid of danger.
  • chatty – someone who talks a lot.
  • clever – good at learning things.
  • cowardly – (mildly negative) someone who is afraid of things. (
  • easy-going – someone who is easy to get along with.

How do you describe eye color in French?

To describe someone’s eyes: J’ai les yeux bleus/verts/gris/marron/noisette. – I have blue/green/brown/hazel eyes. Words for colours do not agree with clair (light) or foncé (dark). – I have light blue eyes.

How do you introduce yourself in 5 lines in French?

How do you introduce yourself in French 10 lines?

  1. Bonjour, enchanté(e) de faire votre connaissance.
  2. Comment t’appelles-tu?
  3. Je m’appelle ______.
  4. Je viens de France.
  5. J’habite à Paris.
  6. J’apprends le français depuis un an.
  7. J’apprends le français sur (insert here).
  8. J’ai 27 ans.

What are some common French sayings?

After all, learning to say the expressions of common courtesy in French is just good manners. oui (yes) non (no) S’il te plaît. (Please. S’il vous plaît. (Please. Merci. (Thank you.) Merci beaucoup. (Thank you very much.) Je t’en prie. (You’re [informal] welcome.) Je vous en prie. (You’re [formal] welcome.) Il n’y a pas de quoi. (It’s nothing.)

What are some unique words to describe someone?

Keeping it positive, here are some good unique (infrequently used) adjectives to describe positive people qualities: Agile. Alert. Amiable. Artful. Attentive. Authentic. Balanced.

What is the French phrase?


  • Bienvenue. (Welcome.)
  • Mr.
  • excuse me.)
  • Parlez-vous anglais? (Do you speak English?)
  • Je ne parle pas français. (I do not speak French.)
  • À tout à l’heure! (See you later!)
  • Thank you very much.)
  • Au revoir! (Goodbye!)
  • De rien.
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