WHO QUI Pronounced: KEE Usage: Qui està la porte? Who is at the door? Les femmes qui habitentlà. The women who live there.
WHAT 2 ways! Way #1: QUOI pronounced: KWAH Usage: Tuaimes faire quoi? What do you like to do?
Way # 2 Qu’est-ceque This literally means “what is it that”. Qu’est-cequetuaimes faire? What is it that you like to do? Or, we would just say, “What do you like to do?” The answer to a question starting with “Qu’est-ceque” is going to be more than “yes” or “no”. Remember, this phrase ends in a vowel, so be ready to substitute the last “e” Qu’est-cequ’ildit? What is he saying?
WHEN QUAND Pronounced: KON Quand arrive le train? When is the train arriving? Try to write out how to say… When do you have class? When is it that you have class? Quandest-cequetu as la classe?
WHERE Où Pronounced: oo OùestWaldo? Where is Waldo?
WHY POUR QUOI Pronounced: purkwah Pour quoi est-cequ’il fait Ça? Why is he doing that? For what is it that he does that?
Because… Parceque… Pronounced: Pars kuh Pour quoi tuaimesécouter la musique? Parcequ’elleestdélassant. Why do you like to listen to music? Because it is relaxing.
HOW Comment Pronounced: Komon Comment vas-tu? How are you (How go you?) Bien, mal, etc.
Est-ceque This simply means “Is it that” Put it in front of any regular sentence to make it a question. The answer to this question will always start with “yes” or “no”. Don’t forget the vowel at the end of the phrase; be ready to switch it out. Tuaimes le gateau. You like cake. Est-cequetuaimes le gateau? Do you like cake? Oui, j’aimele gateau.