"I am a girl and you are a boy."
Translation:Je suis une fille et tu es un garçon.
I always get confused with where you put es or est. And Tu. :) can someone give me quick example.
Je suis / Tu es / (Il/Elle) est =these are singular form.. Nous sommes / Vous êtes/ (Ils/Elles) sont = plural form
I always got confused with the Un part but now i will remember. Bacon Bits Out
So i think that you are is difficult to type without looking.... Like if u think so to
I too find it so ....word pronounciations are also very confusing...want help in this respect
Every time I get this and don't do the accented 'c' in garçon, it says "pay attention to the accents" but when I put in the accented 'ç' it counts my whole answer as wrong.
May need to underline the word and add accent to c to get right. How do you add underline?
Granted, I was incorrect, this test is missing "et" <-- and I'm not referencing the movie.