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1O Useful Phrases With “Tout”…

“Tout” means “All” and is used in many common expressions in French. I have decided to write a list of 10 very Useful Phrases with “tout”. You will see that sometimes it is not very easy to work out what they mean. I suggest you listen to the audio and try to repeat each phrase as often as you can.

 

FrançaisAnglais
Tout va bienAll is well
Tout àˆ faitCompletely, exactly
Tout de suiteImmediately
Tout d'un coupAll of a sudden
Tout àˆ l'heureIn a little while/ a short while ago
Tous les joursEvery day
Pas du toutNot at all
Tout le tempsAll the time
Tout le mondeEveryone
Pour tout direTo be honest

2 Comments

  1. Rachel

    Thanks for these, I’ve added them to my Brainscape app (It’s good, basically flashcards for your iPhone).
    I also added ‘toute la journée’ & ‘toujours’ which I confuse with ‘tous les jours’

    1. Françoise Giordano

      Great work Rachel! And yes, they are very useful indeed! A lot of people get confused with “toujours” & “tous les jours”…Practice them every day and you’ll be able to use them perfectly well very soon 😉

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