Asked by: Lorraine Ross
french, where are youwhere are you
Issy on Nov 07, 2011
Où es-tu? means, where are you ? in French. I am taking French class in school. I love it !
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Richard Naxton on Nov 08, 2011
That’s right if you’re talking to a single person you know well. If you’re asking more than one person, or someone you’re more formal with, then you should use the “vous” form:
Rave on Nov 11, 2011
Vince2 on Nov 16, 2011
if you talk in a familiar way, like on the phone, you would say “t’es où?” The usual lines for cell phone conversation: allô? Salut! T’es où?
zeetje on Aug 06, 2012
est ce que tu est tou la
Moumou Yaya on Sep 10, 2012
Elizabeth Winship on Sep 21, 2012
greetings from your school
Tatiana Chella on Sep 22, 2012
In France we say translate “Where are you?” by Où est-tu ?
In France, we translate “Where are you?” by Où est-tu ?
Kaye Hope GaaKaye Hope Gaa on Oct 23, 2012
how old are you
The BigladThe Biglad on Dec 08, 2012
Vous êtes où? – for non familiar or plural &
T’es où? – for familiar and singular.
Jacques Bogé on Feb 08, 2013
Où sommes-tu 🙂
Edy Priyambodo on May 24, 2014