How do you use ICI in French?
1) “ici” refers to a place that is at the same place as the person speaking, or very close. It means “here”. ex: “Je suis ici.” means “I am here.” ex: “Ma clé est ici.” means “My key is here.”
“ici”, “là” and “là-bas” in French
- “There”. Ex: “J’ai un ami à New York. …
- “Down there”. …
- “Over there”.
Why Je suis la and not Je suis ici?
They’re used quite common but from what I know “je suis ici” means “I am here (in this very spot)” whereas “je suis là” is more like “I am (around) here.
What is the opposite of ICI?
would be : là-bas.
Does La mean here in French?
Of course they shouldn’t be interchangeable, but I think that in everyday speaking the French use practically always “là” for both “here” and “there” and they very seldom say “ici”. For example “Je suis là” for “I am here”.
What does a tout a l Heure?
The parting expression à tout à l’heure and its informal variation à tout mean “See you soon.”
What is the opposite of Rapide in French?
The opposite of rapide is lent. Rapide is spelt in the same way in the masculine and the feminine forms: un train rapide, une voiture rapide.