Tutorial Transcript

hi everybody Candace here welcome to ask a teacher well I answer your most common French questions the question for this lesson is what is sir and how do you use it sir is a pronoun and the informal word for Zula which means it or that let's practice some expressions so you can learn how to use that correctly the expression that it literally means does it say something to you it's used to ask does that sound good to you for example Saturday deliver a film that's going to see a film sound good to you in response you can say cinema de Palermo which means I don't really feel like doing that if it does sound good then you say something like we oh yes you yes or of course respectively on the other hand some magical cashews literally this say something to me usually means that rings a bell the opposite will be Santa material literally meaning this doesn't say anything to me or that doesn't ring a bell another common expression is Salo it means something like how about that and it can be used in both positive and negative ways for example a friend tells you he's moving to Senegal you might respond Salo sister pear how about that that's awesome here's another scenario your friend tells you he has tons of work to do then you see him at the beach you can say Sal oh how about that with a negative connotation you might also hear sisa that means that's it in the sense of yoga rates or Uyghur it's depending on who you're talking about say yeah also means that's it though it's more along the lines of finally as in the Egyptian that's it finally I'm done you can also add sir before say to add emphasis for example Sybil means it's beautiful but if someone says Sasebo then they really very minute and that's it for this lesson I hope I answered your question if you have any more questions please leave them in the comment below and I try to answer them I do too listen you you