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To express your age, instead of using "I am" you use "I have", thus the pattern became like this:

"I have ____ years" instead of "I am ____ years old"

or "J'ai ___ ans" in French

J'ai quatorze ans (I am fourteen years old)

Elle a vingt ans (She is twenty years old)

Nous avons douze ans seul (We are only twelve years old)

Ma mère a quarante-quatre ans (My mother is forty-four years old)

Here is the expression to ask someone's age

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or for a more formal/polite approach, you could say "

Monday:

Tuesday:

Wednesday:

Thursday:

Friday:

Saturday:

Sunday:

But before, first you should know the name of the months in French:

This is the pattern to tell date in French:

C'est le 31 (trente et un) octobre

On est le 17 (dix-sept) août

Nous sommes le vingt-six mars

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It's January 1st -> C'est le premiere janvier

**numbers****1**: un**2**: deux**3**: trois**4**: quatre**5**: cinq**6**: six**7**: sept**8**: huit**9**: neuf**10**: dix**11**: onze**12**: douze**13**: treize**14**: quatorze**15**: quinze**16**: seize**17**: dix-sept**18**: dix-huit**19**: dix-neuf**20**: vingt**21**: vingt et un**22**: vingt-deux**30**: trente**31**: trente et un**32**: trente-deux**40**: quarante**50**: cinquante**60**: soixante**70**: soixante-dix**80**: quatre-vingts**90**: quatre-vingt-dix**100**: cent**101**: cent un**102**: cent deux**200**: deux cents**300**: trois cents**400**: quatre cents**500**: cinq cents**1,000**: mille**1,000,000**: un million__Expressing Age__To express your age, instead of using "I am" you use "I have", thus the pattern became like this:

"I have ____ years" instead of "I am ____ years old"

or "J'ai ___ ans" in French

*Example:*J'ai quatorze ans (I am fourteen years old)

Elle a vingt ans (She is twenty years old)

Nous avons douze ans seul (We are only twelve years old)

Ma mère a quarante-quatre ans (My mother is forty-four years old)

Here is the expression to ask someone's age

"

*Quel âge as-tu*?"or for a more formal/polite approach, you could say "

*Quel âge avez-vous*?"__Days__Monday:

*lundi*Tuesday:

*mardi*Wednesday:

*mercredi*Thursday:

*jeudi*Friday:

*vendredi*Saturday:

*samedi*Sunday:

*dimanche*

**Aujourd'hui**: today**Hier**: yesterday**Demain**: tomorrow**Après-demain**: the day after tomorrow__Expressing dates__But before, first you should know the name of the months in French:

**January**: janvier**February**: février**March**: mars**April**: avril**May**: mai**June**: juin**July**: juillet**August**: août**September**: septembre**October**: octobre**November**: novembre**December**: décembreThis is the pattern to tell date in French:

**C'est**/**On est**/**Nous sommes**+**le**+**date**+**month**+ year (optional)*Example:*C'est le 31 (trente et un) octobre

On est le 17 (dix-sept) août

Nous sommes le vingt-six mars

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*Notes: except for the first date of the month, like January 1st for instance*It's January 1st -> C'est le premiere janvier