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How do you say 'I go to..' in french?

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    How do you say 'I go to..' in french?
    Is it 'Je vais à' or Je alle..?

    thanks in advance
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    The first one
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    Je vais à
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    Je vais...
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    what the sentence?

    it's je vais à or au depending on what comes next
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    If you're thinking of allé, that's the past participle.
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    je vais à la (feminine word)
    je vais au (masculine word)

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    (Original post by so.simple)
    Je vais...
    thanks ...
    how about 'I spend a lot of my time there'
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    ja baguette baguette onion
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    (Original post by Basma)
    If you're thinking of allé, that's the past participle.
    ooooh yeah!
    right...
    you can see how bad my french is .. :o:
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    (Original post by johnbrown)
    ja baguette baguette onion
    what? :shifty:
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    (Original post by Pre)
    thanks ...
    how about 'I spend a lot of my time there'
    if you're trying to say i go there often it would be: j'y vais souvent

    if you want to say i spend a lot of my time there it'd be: je passe beaucoup de temps là
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    (Original post by ~conventgirl~)
    if you're trying to say i go there often it would be: j'y vais souvent

    if you want to say i spend a lot of my time there it'd be: je passe beaucoup de temps là
    Why have you put an accent on the a? There is no accent on the a
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    (Original post by ~conventgirl~)
    if you're trying to say i go there often it would be: j'y vais souvent

    if you want to say i spend a lot of my time there it'd be: je passe beaucoup de temps là

    thank you!
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    (Original post by Pre)
    ooooh yeah!
    right...
    you can see how bad my french is .. :o:
    It's alright I did that in my y9 exam, my teacher was in hysterics... :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Pre)
    thanks ...
    how about 'I spend a lot of my time there'
    J'y reste beaucoup (?)

    or 'J'y passe beaucoup de temps'

    not sure
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    (Original post by johnbrown)
    Why have you put an accent on the a? There is no accent on the a
    Yes there is. For the word for 'there', it has an accent. For the word meaning 'the' in front of feminine nouns, it is simply 'la'.
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    (Original post by ~conventgirl~)
    if you're trying to say i go there often it would be: j'y vais souvent

    if you want to say i spend a lot of my time there it'd be: je passe beaucoup de temps là
    I'd be more inclined to say j'y passe beaucoup de temps or je le fréquente souvent.
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    (Original post by Overground)
    Yes there is. For the word for 'there', it has an accent. For the word meaning 'the' in front of feminine nouns, it is simply 'la'.
    okay. I was just about to ask someone to explain that to me
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    (Original post by Overground)
    Yes there is. For the word for 'there', it has an accent. For the word meaning 'the' in front of feminine nouns, it is simply 'la'.
    wow ... you guys are really good at french ... beter than on other forums wher some people will not even bother to reply :shifty:

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