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Do you have a boyfriend? a partner? A husband? A wife?
Whether he’s (or SHE) French or not, it’s kind of useful to be able to include him in the conversation.
In English, you use “my husband” or “Michael”. But in French, you hear your friends using lots of other words.
How to use them without sounding vulgar? Is it ok for couples married? Or not married? Will you sound like a teenager with some of them? So many questions!
Here are your answers, with explanations. So you can use them. I’ll quickly cover women as well. (hi guys!)
Click to watch « How to talk about your husband in French »:
What about you?
What words do you use to talk about your partner in French?
Tell me in the comments how you talk about him depending on the situation: your neighbour, your friends…
Tell me in the comments how it went. Share your story so we can discuss in the comment area below the video.
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