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In this article, you are going to learn 6 Spoken FRENCH expressions. Let’s go !
Débrouille-toi pour finir avant ce soir
Manage to finish before tonight
Nous nous débrouillons pour trouver une solution
We are doing our best to find a solution
Je vais me débrouiller pour porter mes affaires
I will manage to carry my things
Et du coup
Il est arrivé en retard, et du coup il n'a pas vu le début du film
He arrived late, so he didn't see the start of the movie
J'étais fatigué quand je conduisais et du coup j'ai eu un accident
I was tired when I was driving and suddenly I had an accident
ça ne te regarde pas
Je ne veux pas que tu me poses de questions, ça ne te regarde pas
I don't want you to ask me questions, that's none of your business
Cette histoire ne te regarde pas
This story is none of your business
On dirait de la purée de pomme de terre
It looks like mashed potato
La personne là-bas, on dirait Camille
The person over there, it looks like Camille
C'est à qui ?
C'est à qui de faire le ménage ?
Who's to do the housework ?
C'est à qui de jouer ?
Who is it to play ?
S'entendre bien/mal avec une personne
Je m'entends bien avec toi
I get along well with you
Elles ne s'entendent pas très bien entre elles
They don't get along very well with each other
I hope you enjoyed to learn 6 Spoken FRENCH expressions, they will be useful for your next trip to Paris !
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