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

French Sentences with the Word “Other”

French sentence with “autre” English translation for autre S

C’est excellent que vous ayez appris une autre langue.

It is excellent that you have learned another language.

C’était bien que vous vouliez apprendre une autre langue.

It was good that you wanted to learn another language.

Je souhaite qu’ils trouvent une autre maison

I wish that they find another house

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To remember the French word “autre,” it might help to think of the English word “other” and its old English root “other.” The French “autre” sounds somewhat similar, with the ‘au’ in French often having an ‘o’ sound in English.

“Autre” can be translated as “other” or “another” in English. In French, if you want to say “another one,” you would say “un autre” for masculine nouns or “une autre” for feminine nouns. Here are some synonyms and similar expressions in French:
– Différent(e) – different
– Supplémentaire – additional
– Encore un(e) – one more

As for slang uses, “autre” doesn’t really have a slang meaning, but it can be part of colloquial expressions, like “c’est une autre histoire” (that’s another story) or “dans une autre vie” (in another life).

Here are some example sentences using “autre”:
– J’aimerais acheter un autre livre. (I would like to buy another book.)
– As-tu d’autres questions ? (Do you have any other questions?)
– Elle vit dans un autre pays. (She lives in another country.)
– Peux-tu me donner une autre chaise, s’il te plaît ? (Can you give me another chair, please?)
– Ils ont décidé de prendre un autre chemin. (They decided to take another path.)

Remember, “autre” will change to “autres” in the plural form, as in “d’autres livres” (other books).

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