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What in French ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท

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

French Sentences with the Word “What”

French sentence with “quoi” English translation for quoi S

quoi de neuf?

what‘s up?

Tu sais quoi dire

You know what to say

Je n’aime pas quoi que ce soit

I don’t like anything at all

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**Tips to remember the French word “quoi”:**

1. Associate “quoi” with the English word “what” as they both start with the letter “w” (what) and “qu” which sounds like “kw” in “quoi.”
2. Think of “quoi” in the context of a common question, “Quoi de neuf?” which means “What’s new?” This phrase uses “quoi” in a way that’s easy to remember.
3. Remember the famous line from “Casablanca,” “We’ll always have Paris,” which in French is “Nous aurons toujours Paris.” Replace “Paris” with “quoi” to playfully remember, “Nous aurons toujours quoi” โ€“ “We will always have what?”


“Quoi” is a direct object pronoun and is used to refer to an inanimate object or concept when asking questions or when the object is not specified in the sentence. It also serves in indirect questions and expressions of surprise.

**Other words that mean the same thing:**

– “Que” is another French word that means “what” and is used in different grammatical situations, usually at the beginning of a question.
– “Quel” or “quelle” translates to “which” or “what” in English and is used with nouns.

**Alternate meanings like slang:**

– In casual conversation, “quoi” can be added at the end of a sentence to emphasize a statement or express expectation of agreement, similar to the English “you know.”
– “Et alors, quoi?” can be used colloquially to mean “So what?”

**Examples of sentences that use “quoi”:**

1. C’est quoi รงa? – What is that?
2. Tu penses ร  quoi? – What are you thinking about?
3. De quoi parlent-ils? – What are they talking about?
4. Quoi de neuf? – What’s new?
5. T’as dit quoi? – What did you say?
6. Il ne sait pas quoi faire. – He doesn’t know what to do.

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