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Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more. Harm to minors, violence or threats, harassment or privacy invasion, impersonation or misrepresentation, fraud or phishing, show more. How do you say "I am here" in French? Am a little confused as I'm not sure whether it's "Je suis la" or "Je suis ici. An answer from a native French speaker would be appreciated. Thanks, Lily Pod. Report Abuse.
The more words you learn, the more things you can talk about. French textbook editors are starting to understand what we want. The way to get there is to learn the slang words that people use every day on the streets and avenues of Paris. After all, language is constantly changing, and a textbook that was published even two years ago might not have the most recent or most common French slang expressions. Luckily, you can get those French slang expressions right here. Memorize as many as you like, and be sure to drop them in front of your French-speaking friends!
When it comes to having a chat in another language learning formal vocabulary and grammar rules will only get you so far. After a point, what you really need to know are the little interjections that allow you to keep the conversation flowing and add a bit of personality to what you're saying. You will, most likely, never find them in a French textbook, but if you're around French speakers you are guaranteed to hear them multiple times a day. But while the individual words might be familiar, just piecing them together won't really help you get to grips with how to use or understand this expression. You'll often see it written with an exclamation mark because it expresses relief or excitement.