French lesson 6: ask a closed question

French communication lesson 6: ask a closed question in French

Ask closed questions in French
At the beginner level (level A1), knowing how to ask closed questions in French is one of the first things to learn. A closed question is a question whose answer will be: yes, no or I don't know. The video below will teach you how to ask closed questions in French. To understand and speak well, watch the video several times, repeating aloud after the teacher.

Thanks to this video and this article, you will be able to ask closed questions in French. Here are some examples of closed questions expressed by the teacher in the video:

Tu vas à Paris ?
Est-ce que tu vas à Paris ?
Vas-tu à Paris ?

Possible answers: “Oui, je vais à Paris.”, “Non, je ne vais pas à Paris.” or “Je ne sais pas.”.

Another example:

Il est français ?
Est-ce qu’il est français ?
Est-il français ?

Possible answers: “Oui, il est français.”, “Non, il n’est pas français.” or “Je ne sais pas.”.

Learn to ask closed questions this way, without thinking too much, in a natural way, without asking yourself questions about grammar, conjugation, etc.

This sixth French communication lesson is part of French course 5: learn to ask closed questions in French which includes 4 videos and additional articles on grammar and conjugation.

To learn how to ask questions, you can also study the French communication lesson 7: asking open-ended questions in French and the French communication lesson 8: the 3 ways to ask questions in French.

Once you have mastered this sixth French lesson for beginners “ask a closed question”, you can move on to the next French communication lesson:

Lesson 7 of French: ask open-ended questions in French

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