What about you?

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Rich696

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England, English
Is there a simple way that this is said in everyday conversation? E.G. I have a horse. What about you?

Many thanks!
 
  • anangelaway

    Senior Member
    French
    Rich696 said:
    Is there a simple way that this is said in everyday conversation? E.G. I have a horse. What about you?

    Many thanks!
    Hello!

    Something like ''Et toi/vous?'' Not sure if this is what you're after tough...
     

    Rich696

    Senior Member
    England, English
    anangelaway said:
    Hello!

    Something like ''Et toi/vous?'' Not sure if this is what you're after tough...
    Yeah, that's what I usually use. Perhaps my example was a bad one. I'll try another. E.G. ...and I've been going out with her for five years. Anyway, what about you? Do you a guy in your life?
    Perhaps I'm searching for a phrase that doesn't exist...
     

    anangelaway

    Senior Member
    French
    Rich696 said:
    Yeah, that's what I usually use. Perhaps my example was a bad one. I'll try another. E.G. ...and I've been going out with her for five years. Anyway, what about you? Do you a guy in your life?
    Perhaps I'm searching for a phrase that doesn't exist...
    You could say perhaps:

    ''Enfin! Quant à toi, tu vois quelqu'un en ce moment?''
    Or
    ''Et toi, as-tu quelqu'un dans ta vie en ce moment?''

    Edit: Also, ''Et de ton côté, vois-tu quelqu'un?
     

    anangelaway

    Senior Member
    French
    srsh said:
    In both examples you gave us I´d use "et toi?"
    Yes, SRSH, because unfortunately, I don't think of any other way to express ''What about you?'', so let's wait for more suggestions: lack of inspiration. I'm sorry!:(
     
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