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Only, alone in French 🇫🇷

in English in French S
only, alone seul
How to say “only, alone” in French? “Seul”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “seul” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on only, alone in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

French Sentences with the Word “Only, alone”

French sentence with “seul” English translation for seul S

Tu es seul?

Are you alone?

Elle ne voulais pas que tu sois seul

She did not want you to be alone

Aurais-tu préféré aller seul?

Would you have preferred to go alone?

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Simple Pronunciation

seul (suhl)

6 months ago

seul info.

**Tips to remember the French word “seul”:**
– Associate “seul” with its English counterpart “solo,” since they sound quite similar and both imply being alone.
– Think of the phrase “Home Alone,” the movie, which can be translated into French as “Maman, j’ai raté l’avion !” (Mom, I missed the plane!), but if you were to translate it literally, it might be “Seul à la maison.”

– The word “seul” is an adjective in French that is used to describe someone or something that is alone or the only one.

**Other words that mean the same thing:**
– “Isolé” meaning isolated.
– “Solitaire” meaning solitary or recluse.

**Alternate meanings/slang:**
– “Seul” can also mean single in the context of relationship status.
– In youth slang, sometimes “seul” can be used to emphasize a feeling of being left out or unsupported, like “être à la rue” (to be out of touch or not in on the action).

**Examples of sentences that use “seul”:**
– Il préfère vivre seul. (He prefers to live alone.)
– Tu veux venir avec nous ou tu vas rester seul ? (Do you want to come with us or are you going to stay alone?)
– Elle est seule dans cette grande maison. (She is alone in this big house.)
– Lors de la fête, je me suis senti seul malgré la foule. (During the party, I felt alone despite the crowd.)
– Un seul cookie ne suffira pas à apaiser ma faim. (One single cookie will not be enough to satisfy my hunger.)

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