Yes it does.

Nuttree

Member
English/USA
I couldn't think how I would say "yes it does" or "no it doesn't" in French as someone would if they were either agreeing or disagreeing. I'm guessing it might be context specific or maybe just generically use 3rd person singular of "Faire". Could someone translate these for me, feel free to give more examples.

Work makes life fun, doesn't it?
Yes, it does.

or

The bus stops at the library first, then at the market.
No, it doesn't.
 
  • aditii

    Senior Member
    India, hindi, english
    Nuttree said:
    OK cool, now does anyone have a suggestion for the affirmative: "Yes, it does".

    Hi nuttree
    Le travail ou le boulot(if you are talking about a job) rend la vie intéressant,n'est-ce pas?
    Oui, tu as raison/c'est vrai/tout
    à fait .....

    @ la prochaine:)
     
    How about:

    Work makes life fun, doesn't it?
    Yes, it does = (Ah oui) c'est vrai.../Tout à fait

    or

    The bus stops at the library first, then at the market.
    No, it doesn't. = (Ah non) pas du tout...

    All of the above can be said quite seriously, or can be sarcastic/ironic, depending on the tone used...

    Sorry, I didn't see that my first two examples were already mentioned above... THey do seem the most natural responses to my ears.
     
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