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    Is the phrase 'tu aime aller a cinema' a gramatically correct to ask a friend if they'd like to go to the cinema?
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    'Voudrais-tu aller au cinema?' is better grammatically - 'Would you like to go to the cinema?'
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    (Original post by Kangie)
    'Voudrais-tu aller au cinema?' is better grammatically - 'Would you like to go to the cinema?'
    okay. but the asking of someone's name is a simple 'Comment t'appelles-tu?'
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    (Original post by issyconnor)
    okay. but the asking of someone's name is a simple 'Comment t'appelles-tu?'
    In an informal setting yes, but if it's in a business setting then you should say "Comment vous appelez-vous?" as it's more polite.
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    Does anyone know the simplest way of saying 'Are there any trains going to London tomorrow?' . It would be much appreciated
 
 
 
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