What is your name in Japan?
Onamae is "your name" or "the name," and Anata is "you" or "your." So, you can say: Anata no onamae wa? And that's how to ask, "What is your name?" in Japanese.
Vocabulary · Asking for one's name · Demander le nom de quelqu'un
|Comment vous appelez-vous ? Quel est votre nom ?||How do you call yourself? (formal) What is your name?|
|Tu t'appelles comment ?||What is your name? (informal)|
|Je m'appelle… Je suis… Moi, je suis…||My name is… I am… I'm…|
- To ask someone their name, a stranger or someone older than you, ask, "Comment vous appelez-vous?". When asking someone your own age, it's "Comment tu t'appelles?" To answer, say "Je m'appelle" + Your Name. Example: "Je m'appelle David."
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To ask someone's age, you would say:
- Quel âge avez-vous ? How old are you, using vous.
- Tu as quel âge ? How old are you, using tu and a street French colloquial question form.
- Quel âge a-t-il ? How old is he (formal way of asking)
- Elle a quel âge ? How old is she (casual street French way)
- Most nouns that express people or animals have both a masculine and a feminine form. For example, the two words for "the actor" in French are l'acteur (m) and l'actrice (f). The two words for "the cat" are le chat (m) and la chatte (f).
- There are some nouns that express entities with gender for which there is only one form, which is used regardless of the actual gender of the entity, for example, the word for person; personne; is always feminine, even if the person is male, and the word for teacher; professeur; is always masculine even if the teacher
- However in French the article (Le, La, Les) will depend on the gender of the noun in question. All the nouns are masculine or feminine. For masculine nouns "The" is Le, whilst for feminine nouns "The" is La. If the noun is plural then "The" becomes Les.
Updated: 20th September 2018