I'm very confused on asking questions in French! For example, if i say, 'Quel film veux-tu voir?' why do i say veux-tu and not tu veux? It's confusing because why is it 'which film want-you see?' why isn't it 'quel film tu veux voir' also shouldn't there be a 'to'like what film do you want TO watch? or is there no french equivalent?Do i always use this format when asking questions or just sometimes?
Also what is est-ce supposed to mean, i've heard of est-ce que and qu'est -ce que, but are they the same thing? I'm also confused on their purpose, do they mean 'is'? If that's the case why don't I say, est instead? Also when do i use them and how?
Sorry if this is a lot, i'm just very confused on question, but merci beaucoup if you take the time to answer this! :)
"est-ce" = 'is-it'
"est-ce-que" = is-it-that
"qu'est-ce que" = 'what is it that'
"que-est-ce que c'est?" = 'what-is-it-that it is?' = what is it?
"veux-tu" is the usual way. You'll get used to hearing and using a new word order, as you become more familiar with another language. Keep asking!
pronoun + verb = affirmative / verb-pronoun = interrogative
else you can use the est-ce que in order to rephrase more like in english - you want / do you want? = tu veux / est-ce que tu veux?
well , it's a little easier for Romance languages speakers but i am sure that by repeating you'll get the pattern