French Expressions With Qui

In this lesson you’ll learn basic French expressions with the word, “Qui”, which means who. Here are the following expressions:

À qui? = to who(m)?
De qui = about who(m)?
Avec qui? with who(m)?
Pour qui? = For who(m)?

For each expression here are some sample sentences:

À qui est-ce que tu téléphones? Who are you calling?
À qui est-ce que tu parles? Who are you talking to?
De qui est-ce que tu parles? Who are you talking about?
Avec qui est-ce que tu habites? Who do you live with?
Avec qui est-ce que tu travailles? Who do you work with?
Pour qui est-ce que tu travailles? Who do you work for?
Qui travaille ici? Who works here?
Qui travaille ici? Who works here?
Qui parle français? Who speaks French?

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