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"I'm off" ("I'm leaving/going now")

Discussion in 'French-English Vocabulary / Vocabulaire Français-Anglais' started by A Jen In Progress, Jul 12, 2006.

  1. A Jen In Progress

    A Jen In Progress Junior Member

    Central Illinois, USA
    English, USA
    I wouldn't want to say "I'm off" meaning "I'm crazy!" lol

    Thanks everyone. ;)
     
  2. GenJen54

    GenJen54 Senior Member

    Downright Pleasant, USA
    USA - English
    Hi Jen,

    Are you asking, or telling? Or, asking for a translation of "I'm off" into French.

    Je m'en vais. - I'm off. I'm leaving.
    Je suis fou (m) folle (f) I'm crazy. There are other, more "colloquial" translations for this. I'd wait for natives to confirm what those are.
     
  3. A Jen In Progress

    A Jen In Progress Junior Member

    Central Illinois, USA
    English, USA
    Yes, I wanted to know how to say "I'm off." Thank you! :D


     
  4. MrFrench Junior Member

    Lyon, France
    UK, English
    Je confirme GenJen54
    > Je m'en vais.
    Et c'est vrai puisqu'il faut que je m'en aille.
    Salut
     
  5. french_learner06 Junior Member

    English USA
    I think you could also say, "je me sauve."
     
  6. Gentiléen Senior Member

    Gentilly & Vendée
    French/France
    Je me casse
    Je me tire
    Je m arrache
    je mets les voiles
     
  7. viera Senior Member

    Paris suburb
    English/French/Slovak
    "Bon, j'y vais."
     

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