English to French phrase translation is one of the many ways you can learn some helpful French vocabulary and pick up some basic French conversational skills. Some of the most common phrases people want to translate from English to French include: "How are you?", "Good Morning", "What's Your Name?", "Thank You", "Goodbye", "What time is it", "Do you speak English?", and "How do you get to ____?"
However what you may not realize is that the English language uses more French words than any other language, and that in your everyday speech you may already have a repertoire of several French phrases! So where do we find English to French phrase translation occurring naturally? Check out the following French phrases that are commonly used in English today and see how many are familiar to you:
If you're interested in English to French phrase translation, an electronic language translator might be a worthwhile investment. Whether you are traveling to France or want to be able to communicate with French-speaking clients, friends, or family, an electronic language translator might be the ultimate answer. Basically, these devices are like a portable dictionary. Simply enter the English word or phrase you wish to translate, and voila! Not only is the gadget lightweight and portable, but some electronic language translators even offer sample replies that might be the appropriate responses to a particular phrase. And depending how much money you are willing to spend, you can also find translators which are programmed with words and phrases for up to 12 different languages, serve as a travel alarm clock, display the date and time, and can store up to 60 phone numbers.
A fun way to pick up some common French phrases or French slang is to watch English movies with French subtitles. Since the French grammar system varies so greatly from English, many people make the mistake of using direct English to French phrase translation, which typically is full of errors. But when you watch a movie with subtitles, nine times out of ten you're going to get it right! And once you feel you have mastered some French skills, try reversing the process by watching movies spoken in French with English subtitles. If you can understand most of what is being said without reverting to the subtitles, you are well on your way to calling yourself a French connoisseur!
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