Sentence examples of "vas" in French

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Tu vas à l'école. You go to school.
Tu vas apprendre l'anglais ? Are you going to learn English?
Où crois-tu que tu vas ? Where do you think you're going?
Tu ne vas pas mourir ici. You are not going to die here.
Soit tu vas, soit je vais. Either you go, or I go.
Vas acheter trois bouteilles de coca. Go and buy three bottles of coke.
Tu vas dans la mauvaise direction. You're going the wrong way.
Tu y vas ou tu restes ? Are you going or staying?
« Vais-je mourir ? » « Non, tu vas dormir. » "Am I going to die?" "No, you are going to sleep."
Tu vas m'enseigner ? C'est cocasse ! You're going to teach me? That's laughable!
« Vais-je mourir ? » « Non, tu vas reposer. » "Am I going to die?" "No, you are going to rest."
Tu y vas en train ou en voiture ? Do you go by train or by car?
Je te suivrai peu importe où tu vas. I'll follow you wherever you go.
Si tu vas pêcher demain, j'irai aussi. If you go fishing tomorrow, I will, too.
Est-ce vrai que tu vas à Paris ? Is it true that you are going to Paris?
Qu'est-ce que tu vas faire ce soir ? What are you going to do tonight?
Tu vas tourner bien des têtes avec cette robe. You're going to turn a lot of heads with that dress.
Est-ce vrai que tu vas aller étudier à Londres ? Is it true that you are going to study in London?
Ne lâche pas ma main, ou tu vas te perdre. Don't let go of my hand, or you'll get lost.
À quelle heure est-ce que tu vas chez toi ? When are you going home?
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