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Kwiziq community member
21 March 2018
Comment on dit: Is it not so?
This question relates to:French lesson "Forming Le Gérondif: en + '-ant' (while/by + -ing)"
Kwiziq language super star
22 March 2018
Bonjour Chris !
I would need some context to give you an accurate answer :)
My examples are:
You went to the cinema yesterday. Is it not so? Or
You are waiting for her. Not so?
Thanks, again, for your support.
I think what you are looking for is "n'est-ce pas". It corresponds to the Engish "isn't it?"
Tu es allé au ciné hier soir, n'est-ce pas? -- You went to the movies yesterday evening, didn't you?
-- Chris (not a native speaker).
Ok, in that case, you could use the followings:
Tu es allé au cinéma hier, c'est correct ?Tu es allé au cinéma hier, c'est pas vrai ?
Tu l'attends bien ?Tu l'attends, c'est ça ?
I hope that's helpful!Bonne journée !
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