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

French Sentences with the Word “Something”

French sentence with “quelque chose” English translation for quelque chose S

Jamais quelque chose de pareil ne m’est arrivé.

Never has something like that happened to me.

Samedi, allons boire quelque chose de bon.

Saturday, let’s go drink something good.

Parce que j’ai fait quelque chose qui n’était pas légal.

because I did something that wasn’t legal.

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Simple pronunciation

quelque chose (kel-kuh showz)

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quelque chose info.

Tips to remember “quelque chose”:
– Break it down into “quelque” which means “some” and “chose” meaning “thing.” Remembering it as “some thing” might help you recall the phrase.
– Think of the English word “choice” which sounds somewhat similar to “chose” and consider that you have “some choice” when you want “something.”

– “Quelque chose” is a French phrase used to refer to an unspecified object or matter, just like the English word “something.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Un truc” – often used informally in French to mean “thing” or “something.”
– “Un machin” – similar to “un truc,” it is another informal way to refer to an unspecified object.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– “Quelque chose” doesn’t have a slang meaning per se, but it’s often used in different contexts. For example, in the context of food, it can mean you want to eat but you’re not sure what — “Je veux manger quelque chose” (I want to eat something).

Examples of sentences using “quelque chose”:
– “Je cherche quelque chose dans mon sac.” (I’m looking for something in my bag.)
– “Tu veux boire quelque chose?” (Would you like to drink something?)
– “Il doit y avoir quelque chose que nous pouvons faire.” (There must be something we can do.)
– “Je sens quelque chose d’étrange.” (I feel something strange.)
– “Raconte-moi quelque chose de toi.” (Tell me something about yourself.)

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