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French Time Expressions

​Bonjour et bienvenue ! it's my pleasure to welcome you in this lesson dedicated to French time expressions

Almost as imperative as verbs, time expressions certainly help individuals to better understand whether they are referring to present, past and the future. When talking about French time expressions, there are actually more than a dozen of vocabulary that you need to learn regarding the broad scope covered by French time expressions including points in time, periods of time, frequency, relative time and more.

If you want to understand and learn more about French time expression, you need to be familiar with the following time expressions in French:

From 1 second to 1 day...

  • Une heure which means hour
  • Une minute which means minute
  • Une seconde which means second
  • Un journée or un jour which mean day

French time expressions for longer periods

  • Un an or un année which means year
  • Un mois which means month
  • Une semaine which means week
  • Un millenniare which means millennium
  • Un siècle which means century
  • Un decénnie whic means decade

Indicating a certain point in time

  • Midi which means noon
  • l'après-midi which means afternoon
  • Le matin which means morning
  • Le lever de soleil which means sunrise
  • L’aube which means dawn
  • La nuit which means night
  • Le soir which means evening
  • Le coucher des soleil which means sunset

Aside from period of time, days of the week and points of time, relative time is another French time expression that you should learn. Taking time to get to know these time expressions will give you clearer insights as to when situations and things fall or happen giving you the chance not just to understand things clearly but communicate effectively with other French people.

Relative Time

  • Maintenant which means now
  • Demain which means tomorrow
  • Avant-hie which means a day before yesterday
  • Aujourd'hui which means today
  • Hier which means yesterday
  • La veille de which means the day before
  • le lendemain which means the next day or the day after
  • la dernière semaine which means final week
  • la semaine passée/dernière which means last week

How to Learn French Time Expressions

Nowadays, increased numbers of individuals are showing enthusiasm to learn French time expressions. Though many have already master it, there are still those who lack idea on where and how to start learning French time expressions. Good thing is that these time expressions can now be learned easily with the help of the most trusted site that teaches French lessons.

Learn French Time Expressions with Style with the Help of French Maestro

If you want to learn French time expressions with style and be able to pronounce them properly like a native, French Maestro can be of great help to you. This is focused in French pronunciation so if you are planning to learn French language and French time expressions and at the same time improves your pronunciation; you have come into the right place. To gain access of their exclusive French lessons, feel free to visit http://www.frenchmaestro.com/. This site will surely teach you how to speak French like a native right away!

Source : more about Sunday on Wikipedia

Days of the Week in French

Days of the Week in French

France is popular for so many things such as cuisine, travel destinations, culture, people and even French language never fail to impress and express. If you are thinking of a place to travel, France is an ideal choice. Aside from traveling, France is also perfect place to start a business, start a new career or even start a new family.

There are so many things about France that you need to enjoy but of course, enjoyment tends to be the price of learning. Yes, you definitely have to learn all about France for you to appreciate and understand its beauty and entire existence. If you are a traveler or simply an individual who have the desire to stay in France for good, you definitely need to learn French time expressions and these include days of the week in French.

If you get the chance to take a closer glimpse on the wordings of days of the week in French, you will notice that in French, they do not really have capital letters. The same also goes for the names of months in French. For individuals who wanted to learn days of the week in French but lazy with capitalizations they are lucky enough.

The days of the week in French are as follows:

  • lundi which means Monday
  • mardi which means Tuesday
  • mercred which means Wednesday
  • jeudi which means Thursday
  • vendredi which means Frida
  • samedi which means Saturday
  • dimanche which means Sunday

The given terms pertaining to days of the week in French are very useful especially when talking about particular time of the week and when communicating with other people which might require telling accurate days. If you want to become a fluent French speaker, you need to devote time to learn about French language and that includes French time expressions which also further cover days of the week in French.

How to Learn Days of the Week in French?

When individuals say that French is such a beautiful language, they are actually talking about the way on how it sounds. If you want to learn French language, you better consider taking French lessons because this is the only effective means to work on your pronunciation so that you will be better understood. You also need to practice the art of listening to ensure that you can understand others.

Learn French the Easy Way with French Maestro

Some are not really open about the idea of learning French language thinking that it is ultimately difficult. This is actually not true. With French Maestro, you get the chance to learn French language the easy way. By getting access to their exclusive French lessons, you can now learn to speak French language like a real native.

French Maestro also caters to the needs of individuals who wanted to learn French time expressions most particularly days of the week in French. If you want faster and best results, take advantage of the French lessons they offer. For more information, feel free to visit http://www.frenchmaestro.com/.

Source : French days on Wikipedia

Months Of The Year In French

​Bonjour ! and welcome to our daily lesson, dedicated today to writing & saying the months of the year in French

Most people find it hard to learn French. You spend months and even years learning from books and when you finally go to France and try to talk to the common person, no one understands what you’re saying. What happened? You were so sure that your pronunciation and sentences were correct. There’s a huge difference between written and spoken French. Aside from the changes in pronunciation, the liaisons are also different. Some of the articles or pronouns may disappear altogether and the gliding is more noticeable.

You may have memorized the entire book, but actually using your language skills on the street is a completely different experience. If you’re learning French just to be good at verb tenses or read poetry, then it will be enough to learn from books. However, if you want to communicate with other people or you’re planning to go on a vacation in countries where French is the language spoken by most people, then you need to see and hear spoken French.

As a beginner, you can start by learning how to write and say the months of the year in French. What you need to remember is that the names of the months in French don’t start with a capital letter. You will notice that the sounds of the words are extremely similar to English, so it shouldn’t give you a hard time.

Pronunciation of the months of the year in French

Here’s how to write and say the months of the year in French.

  • January - janvier - /ʒɑ̃vje/
  • February - février - /fevʁije/
  • · March - mars - /maʁs/
  • April - avril - /avʁil/
  • May - mai - /mɛ/
  • June - juin - /ʒɥɛ̃/
  • July - juillet - /ʒɥijɛ/
  • August - août - /u/ or /ut/
  • September - septembre - /spətɑ̃bʁ/
  • October - octobre - /ɔktɔbʁ/
  • November - novembre - /nɔvɑ̃bʁ/
  • December - décembre - /desɑ̃bʁ/

Months of the Year in French : capitalization or not ? 

Contrary to English or German for instance, the months do NOT take any capitalization of their first letter in French. So the rules are :

  • no capitalization : I bought this car in January => J'ai acheté cette voiture en janvier.
  • only exception when placed at the beginning of a sentence : January is the first month of the year => Janvier est le premier mois de l'année.  
  • attention to "Mars", it has to take a capital "M" when it refers to the planet, but not for the month. Eg : we recently discovered water on Mars => On a récemment découvert de l'eau sur Mars.

Learn French through Videos and Audios

Phrases may be pronounced differently. For instance, the 7 syllables you learned on the book become 4 when spoken. Lessons based on videos and audios can help improve your listening and pronunciation skills and make it equal to native French speakers. You can also watch videos and listen to audios anywhere. Whether you are in your bedroom, car or kitchen or even while you are gardening, you can learn French at your own pace.

Where Can You Find French Audio Lessons

French Maestro offers French lessons for all levels. The lessons are professionally recorded and you can find videos and videos in all kinds of topics like vocabulary and grammar. The lessons will not only teach you how to write and say the months of the year in French. You will also learn French time expressions, days of the week in French as well as how to write and say the date in French.

Learning French can be an extremely rewarding skill and experience. This is particularly beneficial if you are planning to stay in countries where most people speak French for a long time. French Maestro makes the process of learning French easy. With clear videos and audios, you can learn how to pronounce French the right way and speak the language like a native.

Source : Gregorian calendar

Telling the time in French 10:00 to 11:00

"Bonjour ! Quelle heure est-il ? " That's a question that could catch you by surprise. Especially if you do not know very well how to express time in French. Whether at the office, at home, with friends or in the streets you may have to face the situation of being asked about time. No need to panic ! "Pas de problèmes" as we say in French. We will reveal you all the tricks that never fail.

Needless to say you first need to know how to count from 0 to 24 (in a few words " de zéro à vingt-quatre" ). If you don't master completely this skill, no worry, we have a dedicated lesson for French numbers, so you can always refer to it. 

And now, let's focus on telling time in French in the morning, starting at 10 am. 

French time format : 10am to 11am, per 5 minutes

It's 10am, "dix heures du matin" as we say. Usually at that time French people are half way to their morning.... sometimes already thinking about the coming lunch (no kidding, you know how important it is for us... I recall some conversations with my colleagues about the choice of the restaurant for the lunch starting even earlier !).

Now let's see in detail how we tell the time in French. The table below shows how to write the time starting from 10:00am up to 10:55am, broken down per 5 minutes slot. You can here the audio version of all those texts right above or directly on our Soundcloud page. 

10:00

  • dix heures
  • dix heures du matin
  • il est dix heures
  • il est dix heures pile

10:05

  • dix heures cinq
  • il est dix heures cinq

10:10

  • dix heures dix
  • il est dix heures dix

10:15

  • dix heures quinze
  • dix heures et quart
  • il est dix heures quinze
  • il est dix heures et quart

10:20

  • dix heures vingt
  • il est dix heures vingt

10:25

  • dix heures vingt-cinq
  • il est dix heures vingt-cinq

10:30

  • dix heures trente
  • dix heures et demi
  • il est dix heures trente
  • il est dix heures et demi

10:35

  • dix heures trente-cinq
  • onze heures moins vingt-cinq
  • il est dix heures trente-cinq
  • il est onze heures moins vingt-cinq

10:40

  • dix heures quarante
  • onze heures moins vingt
  • il est dix heures quarante
  • il est onze heures moins vingt

10:45

  • dix heures quarante-cinq
  • onze heures moins le quart
  • il est dix heures quarante-cinq
  • il est onze heures moins le quart

10:50

  • dix heures cinquante
  • onze heures moins dix
  • il est dix heures cinquante
  • il est onze heures moins dix

10:55

  • dix heures cinquante-cinq
  • onze heures moins cinq
  • il est dix heures cinquante-cinq
  • il est onze heures moins cinq

See, it wasn't that complicated :-) If you learn those 12 different ways to indicate time in French, you will be able to express yourself in nearly all situations. Yet, you may wonder : what about other times ? For instance : how do I say 10:28 in French ? Well, the system is quite easy, as you just use the following form : [the word for the hour + the word "heures" + the word for the minutes].  Finally, 10:28am would be written as "dix heures vingt-huit". More examples below :

  • 10:13 => dix heures treize
  • 10:28 => dix heures vingt-huit
  • 10:39 => dix heures trente-neuf
  • 10:57 => dix heures cinquante-sept

Enough for the rules & the writing, let's turn to the correct French pronunciation as we want you to get it, that's our commitment !

Time in French pronunciation

Providing you already know how to pronounce the numbers in French, chances are you won't have any difficulty for telling time. 

In the image below, we have gathered all French words for expressing time between 10am and 11 am. As you can see, that's only a dozen of words to master maximum. And the good news : you will find them in nearly all other time slots. 

French time words & expressions, 10am to 11am

French time words & expressions, 10am to 11am

Probably the most important point here is to make the correct liaison between the word "dix" and the word "heures". So eventually, "dix heures" must be pronounced like /diz œʁ/

To pronounce correctly the 10th hour of the day in French, there are around 15 different syllables / sounds to master : 

  • ​art : /aʁ/
  • ze : /z/
  • in : /ɛ̃/
  • ix : /is/
  • en, an : /ɑ̃/
  • moins : /mwɛ̃/
  • and the consonants d, z, c, q, r, d, m, l, t, which are usually easy for students

As you may have noticed, there are a few mute consonants in those words above. So be sure not to pronounce the final "gt", "t" and "s" of those numbers / words  :

  • vingt => /vɛ̃/
  • quart => /kaʁ/
  • moins => /mwɛ̃/
  • heures => /œʁ/

OK, so we've seen the rules, the expressions, their pronunciations, the syllables... I think we're done for today's lesson :-)

A bientôt !

So, did you get it ? Some figures/numbers were difficult to pronounce ? In that case, why don't you try our lessons about figures and numbers ? It could be a way to learn or consolidate numbers and figures which are one of the basis of French language. You can do it ! We know it. Keep learning and May the French be with you. 

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How to say Good Night in French

Saying good night is one of the most common phrases in any language. And just like in the English language there are several ways to say good night in French. French is a rich, vibrant, beautiful language that is one of the easiest to learn and provides several ways with saying good night.

Saying Goodnight to Others

Bonne Nuit (bohn NWEE): The standard way to say good night in the French language is Bonne Nuit It is a very simple, common way to say the phrase. It is used when you are telling someone or a group of people that you are retiring or going to sleep for the evening. However, there are other ways to express good night to someone in French.

Bonsoir (bong-SWAHR): This phrase translates to good night or good evening. It is most often used when saying hello or greeting someone in the evening or at night. Bonsoir is also a very common phrase and most often heard when meeting friends or family under the evening or night sky.

Telling Someone Your Actions

Je vais dormer (zhuh vay door-mee): This is another variation when announcing that you are going to sleep. The phrase itself does not necessarily imply that it is night, but it is often used when retiring for the evening. Je vais dormer translates to I will go to sleep.

Je vais me coucher (zhuh vay meh koo-shay): Here, the phrase translates to I will go to bed which is a slight variation of Je vais dormer. The difference is that you are telling someone or a group of people the destination as opposed to telling them that you are going to sleep although the phrases can be interchanged.

Je vais pieuter (zhuh vay pyuh-teh): This is a slang term in French that translates to I am going to sleep. It is very similar to Je vais dormer, but again it is a slang term that is fairly common in the French language.

Je vais roupiller (zhuh vay ru-pii-jeh): This is another slang term or phrase in French that translates to I am going to snooze. As with the English language, there are variations for the term sleep and this is incorporated into the French language as well.

Wishing Someone Good Night in French

Dormez bien (door-meh byang): This is a term that translates to sleep well. Here, you are wishing the person a pleasant night’s sleep.

Fais de beaux reves (feh duh bo RAI-vuh):This is a phrase that means sweet dreams. It directly translates to make of beautiful dreams.

J’espere que vous dormez tranquille (zeh-spehr ker voo Door-me trahn-KEEL): A longer phrase that translates to I hope that you sleep soundly. It can also mean I hope you sleep tranquilly, peacefully, or calmly.

Dormez comme un loir (door-meh cohm eu lwar): This is more of a slang phrase that roughly translates to sleep like a log.

Dormez comme un bebe (door-meh cohm eu beh-beh): This is a variation of the previous phrase which tells a person that you hope they sleep like a baby.

All of these variations are meant to say good night in French either from the actions you take to wishing someone else a good night.

Culture : Good Night in French movies & songs 

Some good night in French quotes

Source : French quotes

the French verb etre (to be)

The French verb être is probably the first verb you will ever learn. It is used to describe a variety of things, such as a phenomenon, the state of an animate or an inanimate object, occupation, profession and so on. The verb être belongs to the third group of verbs and has special forms of conjugation at virtually all times. The verb être is also used as an aid in the conjugation of verbs. Typically, the conjugation of the verb ‘être’ is memorized by heart.

There are a number of instances in which the verb «être» can also be omitted, or transferred to other verbs that relate to the meaning of the basic idea of ​​the proposal. For example:

• L'auto est à côt é de la maison -The car is next to the house.

• Les serviettes sont dans la commode - Towels are in the dresser.

• Il est le jardinier - He is the gardener.

In addition, the verb "être" is one of the auxiliary verbs of the French language. Consider the following examples:

• Il was réveillé? - Was he awake?

• Elle ne pas was lavée. - It Was not washed.

It's worth pointing out that in the first sentence a masculine participle was used, whereas the feminine participle was used in the second sentence. This is evidenced by the "e" added to the sacrament verb ‘was lavée’.

Also, the French verb être acts as a subsidiary to form complex sentences with non verbs denoting a particular motion or a state:

• naître - birth

• mourir - die

• tomber - fail

• aller - go

• arriver - arrive

• venir - come

• survenir - occur

• apparaître - appear

• sortir - exit

For example:

• Pouchkine est né en 1799. - Pushkin was born in 1799.

• Le train est arrivé sur le quai. - The train arrived at the platform.

However, the french verb être can be replaced with the verb avoir, and then the verb becomes transitional:

● J'ai sorti mon porte-monnaie - I took out my wallet.

The use of the verb ‘être’ is very common in the French language, and it is important that you use it carefully and understand the subtle variations in it. If you end up using a wrong form that can inadvertently distort your own thought.

Source : French IPA phonetics

Learning French Numbers 1-50 – As Easy As A-B-C!

Learning the French numbers 1-50 can be a daunting task - especially when memorizing them. However, 'un, deux, trois' is not only a song - in reality, French numbers are the stepping stones of the entire French history. Wondering how?

Well, long, long time ago - France was not a nation but a region with many tribes living in it. They scattered through villages and domains and had no clue that the Renaissance as we know it will exactly take place on their land. However, these tribes spoke their own languages and had their own numbers - which were used in fights, games and many informal organizations for the time being.

Therefore, it is evident that French numbers 1-50 are not a part of the civilization as we know it, but date back to thousands of years. Knowing this before mastering them will definitely boost your motivation for learning the French language and the numbers in general.

Pronunciation of French numbers 1-50

OK, enough for the history part , I know you really want to pronounce them right :-)

Spelling of French numbers 1-50

Wondering how to spell and say French numbers 1-50 in the right way?

Fortunately, with the help of technology, you can embark the digital way of learning and listen to French people citing the alphabet, numbers and more. Additionally, there are many games, courses and tools which are proven to make your number learning technique exciting.

At French Maestro, we are committed to encourage you to learn the French numbers 1-50 in a simple and fun way. And the best part?

Well, by the time you learn 30 of the numbers, you will find the key principle of how the numbers scheme works in French. Also, we have broken down the numbers in part - which leaves you to start mastering French numbers 1-50 at first and continue with your learning process.

Finally, it is of big importance for you to know that the best way to learn French numbers 1-50 is to start learning the number itself, rather than putting it together. And remember, the only way to master the French numbers is to practice, practice and once again - practice!

Source : numbers on Wikipedia

5 Proven Tips To Improve Your French Pronunciation

Every foreign language is tough on its own, without even mentioning the pronunciation. When speaking about the French language, having a huge vocabulary may not mean anything if there is no good French pronunciation. Whether it's reading or speaking the words correctly, knowing how to 'talk the talk' in the right accent demands commitment.

French pronunciation is not easy, particularly not with all the silent letters, multiple sounds for a single letter and many variations to the established phonetic rules. There are letters that have two or more sounds, letter combinations that sound different in every use, certain French accents as well as French phonetic symbols which can be found in dictionaries.

French pronunciation tips

But what is the best way to effectively master your French pronunciation? We are sharing some of the best tips below:

1. Listen To Everything In French - The more you listen and adapt your tongue to French, the better and more nature you will sound when reading or speaking out loud.

2. Listen And Repeat - Practice makes perfect, and repeating lessons, sentences and other verbal forms of French is the best way to develop your pronunciation skills in French.

3. Record Yourself - It may sound funny, but recording yourself while repeating will let you see your actual French pronunciation instead of only repeating it without purpose.

4. Read Out Loud - If you are still uncomfortable with all the French words and phrases, maybe your tongue could use some training by reading out loud.

5. Online Pronunciation Tools - Nowadays, we have instant access to everything - so why not use French pronunciation tools online, listen to native French speakers and finally get the hang of it?

French pronunciation of vowels

Just like the alphabet or most commons expressions, working the basic French sounds is actually a very effective way to drastically improve your French skills. Good news : we have prepared for you an extensive list of such French  syllables and sounds, starting with the French vowels. So read below or just follow the previous link.

FRENCH VOWELS TO BE LISTED !!!!!!!!!!!!

In the end, saying the words correctly and being confident when speaking is what your French pronunciation should be all about. Having a huge vocabulary is not enough - especially if you don't know how to use it, right?

Learn to speak and master French pronunciations with style - with French Maestro!

Source : French sounds on wikipedia

The Different Ways to say How are you in French

Knowing how to say how are you in French is probably very important for your first steps in your French language learning journey. There are several ways to ask this question in French and all of them are kind of confusing. Before you read ahead keep in mind that it is impossible to translate from English to French, word for word. The translation must be associated with how the expression is used as a literal translation will sound incredibly awkward and wrong.

Another thing to keep in mind, all constructions of how to say “how are you” in French use the irregular French verb aller (which means, to go) instead of the irregular French verb être (which means, to be). Both verbs are some of the most commonly used auxiliary verbs in the French language. These verbs are used to indicate the mood or tense of the verb.

Step by step pronunciation of how are you in French

There are several ways to ask the question “How are you?” in French. The way the question is asked can vary depending who you are talking to, a stranger, a on older person or friends and family.

“Comment allez-vous?”

· Pronounced as: Hoh-mohn tay-lay voo

· Comment means how

· Allez is a conjugated form of aller

· Vous means you

This is the most common way to say “how are you” and is probably how it is taught in French speaking classes all over the world. In France it is seen as quite formal and is usually reserved for strangers, elders or in formal situations. What makes this formal is how the sentence is constructed. The conjugated verb (allez) and the subject pronoun (vous) are inverted and joined by a hyphen. Vous, just like it’s English counterpart “you”, can be used both as a single or plural pronoun.

How to answer the question:

· Je vais bien (single pronoun) which means “I’m fine.”

· Nous allons bien (plural pronoun) which loosely translates to “We are doing great”

“Comment vas-tu”

· Pronounced as: Koh-mohn vah too

· Comment means how

· Vas is a conjugate form of the verb aller

· Tu is an informal way to say “you”

Using “tu” in this translation would make this less formal than Comment allez-vous but the inversion still makes this translation somewhat formal. You would use this with a colleague at work who you are not that particularly close to.

Comment ça va?

· Pronounced as Koh-mon sah vah

· Comment means how

· Va is a conjugated form of the verb aller

You would use this when talking to family or close friends. The question can even be shortened to just “ça va?” to make it more informal, that would be kind of similar to “what’s up?”.

Culture : how are you in French Songs & Movies

​Source: French proverbs and quotes

How to say I Miss You in French

Missing someone is really a sweet pain that many people enjoy, but there are also the people who call it the worst feeling. However, it depends a lot on the memories attached to that person whom we are missing at the particular moment. If the memories are good and we are soon going to meet him, we will enjoy that feeling. However, if the memories are not good and still we cannot control our heart from missing that person then the feeling will seem worse.

When do you say I miss you in French ?

But, to whom we can say “I miss you”? Well, there are no specific relations in which we use these words. We can say “I miss you” to every person we are really missing. For an example, we say “I miss you” to our love when we are not with him/her, but want to be together. When someone is living far from his home, he says “I miss you” to his parents and other family members. Two friends when get apart after their college, say “I miss you” to one another and many more. Thus, there is no special situation or relation when we say these three words, actually it is our heart’s feeling which we tell to another person when we feel it for him.

What’s strange thing about missing is that sometimes we don’t find any reason behind missing a person. We keep on struggling with inner self to find that why we are missing the particular person. It is not always that you will miss a person you love, but you can also miss a person you always fight with. However, what may be the reason of missing someone, you must be clear in your intentions that what you are expecting from the person. It will let you know that why you are missing him/her. There can be following cases:

· You will miss someone if you are in love with that special person.

· You will also miss a person if he is always with you in the time you need someone to rely on.

· If you want to live with that person like if you are living far from home and are missing your parents because you want them to be with you.

· You may have attraction towards that person.

However, it is really a good experience to miss someone and assuming him to be around. But, it would be the best to listen “I miss you” from someone. It will let you realize your importance for that person. When someone says these three words to you then you should understand that he/she is really craving to be with you.

Culture : I miss you in French movies & songs 

“I miss you” is a widely used line in our day to day life and also, many of the artists are inspired by this line too much that they use it in their creation which can be a song, movie, drama or anything else. Let us give you some examples.

· Songs: There are many new and old song which have “I miss you” as their title. Like “I miss You” by Avril Lavigne, “I miss You” by Incubus, “Miss You” by Aaliyah, Miley Cyrus’s “I miss You” and many others. When songs are sung from heart, they explain the real pain or joy and same is the concept with these songs. You can judge from there expression and singing style that how the person is feeling about missing someone.

· Movies: When talking about the use of “I Miss You” by artists, movies are also not let behind. One of many such movies is “Miss You Already”. In such movies, the experience and different feelings of missing someone are clearly explained.

Great I miss you in French quotes

· Quotes: “I miss You” has also inspired writers to write quotes on it and no doubt that these quotes are used by many in their day to day life. When sent in the form of text or told by the person in his own voice, these quotes makes both the persons feel special. Let us give you some examples of these quotes.

Ø I miss you badly

Ø I can’t explain that how much I miss you

Ø I am missing you, don’t know why

Ø I miss every moment spent with you

There are plenty of “missing you” quotes that you can sent to the person you are missing. You can choose these quotes depending on the relation between you.

Moreover, you must be thinking that why you need to say “I Miss You” in French. No doubt there are many reasons. Firstly, you may have a friend/boyfriend/girlfriend speaking French language. Then, for making these three words more special it would be a good idea to say them in French. We meet many people in our day to day life speaking different language. You can meet a person speaking French and in the case you would want to say him/her “I Miss You”, you must be able to say it in French.

Also, “I miss You” is a common expression, so, it would be really impressive if you learn to speak it in different and famous languages. French is among those languages. Also, it is good to try something new while you are going to express your feelings. However, there are number of instances when you need to say this three-word quote. Like you have had break-up with your boyfriend or girlfriend and in the case you regret it, you can say “I Miss You” to let him/her know about your love. If your best friend is annoyed with you due to any reason, then you can send him miss you quote to realize him that there is no one like him. And, in the case you are not living with your family then you can send this quote to your parents and other family members.

No doubt that you can send “I Miss You” quote to anyone but it is especially for dear ones like for lovers, fast friends and family members. You can send it through message/ can say it on a call or can even send a recording in your own voice.

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