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Someone in French 🇫🇷

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

French Sentences with the Word “Someone”

French sentence with “quelqu’un” English translation for quelqu’un S

L’ont-ils acheté pour Sandra ou pour quelqu’un d’autre?

Did you guys buy it for Sandra or for another person?

Donc, vous voulez quelqu’un spécial dans la vie.

So you want someone special in life.

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Tips to remember “quelqu’un”:
– Break it down phonetically: “kel-kuhn”
– Associate it with a person or figure that is ambiguous or unknown, as “quelqu’un” literally translates to “someone” or “somebody.”
– Use a mental image linking “quelqu’un” with an unknown person in a crowd.
– Think of the question “Who?” and then imagine answering with “quelqu’un,” as “quel” starts the phrase and relates to the question word in English.

– “Quelqu’un” is a French indefinite pronoun that refers to an unspecified person.
– It’s made up of two parts: “quel” (which means “which” or “what” in English when used as an interrogative adjective) and “un” (which is the masculine singular indefinite article, meaning “a” or “an”).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Une personne”: translates directly to “a person,” but it is more specific and less indefinite than “quelqu’un.”
– “Un individu”: means “an individual” and can sometimes be used interchangeably with “quelqu’un” when referring to a person.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– There isn’t a direct slang equivalent for “quelqu’un,” but it is often used in everyday language and is very versatile. In certain contexts, “un mec” or “une nana” can be slang for “some guy” or “some girl.”

Examples of sentences that use “quelqu’un”:
1. As a subject: “Quelqu’un m’a dit que tu avais déménagé.” (Someone told me that you moved.)
2. With prepositions: “Je dois parler à quelqu’un.” (I have to talk to someone.)
3. In questions: “Connais-tu quelqu’un ici?” (Do you know anyone here?)
4. In negative sentences: “Il n’y a pas quelqu’un à la porte?” (Isn’t there someone at the door?)

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