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Some in French 🇫🇷

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

French Sentences with the Word “Some”

French sentence with “quelques” English translation for quelques S

J’ai eu quelques problèmes.

I had some problems

Ils ont acheté quelques boissons pour la fête

They bought some drinks for the party

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Tips to remember “quelques”:
– Associate “quelques” with “a couple/quite a few/k” in English to help recall that it refers to an unspecified small number.
– Break it down phonetically to sound like “kel-kuh” to remember how it’s pronounced and that it relates to a small quantity.

“Quelques” is a French word used to indicate a small number of items, not specific but more than one. It is used similarly to the English word “some” or “a few.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Plusieurs” means several or various and indicates a slightly higher number than “quelques.”
– “Un peu de” translates to “a little bit of” and often refers to an even smaller amount or quantity.

Alternate meanings/slang:
In slang or informal language, “quelques” doesn’t really have an alternate meaning, but can be used in an exaggerated way to downplay a large number, similar to saying “a couple” in English when the number is actually larger.

Examples of sentences that use “quelques”:
– J’ai quelques idées pour le projet. (I have some ideas for the project.)
– Il nous reste quelques minutes avant la fin de la réunion. (We have a few minutes left before the end of the meeting.)
– Peux-tu m’apporter quelques stylos ? (Can you bring me a few pens?)
– Elle a lu quelques-uns de ces livres. (She has read some of these books.)
– Nous avons quelques problèmes à résoudre. (We have a few problems to solve.)

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