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Urgent question to my French colleagues!



liza_xxx93
Russian Federation

Urgent question to my French colleagues!
 
I know that my question is NOT connected with the English language, but I don ´t know where I can find the answer.
My friend is preparing a lesson in French (Topic Winter) She is not sure how to talk about playing snowballs (e.g. how to say "YOU ´VE HIT ME WITH A SNOWBALL" "yOU MISSED")
May be you could translate such phrases or give us an idea where to look for it in the Net?
Thanks in advance, my favourite English teachers ´ community!
Desperate for your help, 
Maria 
 

23 Nov 2016      



maryse peyé
France

You ´ve hit me with a snowball = Tu m ´as touché avec une boule de neige.
 
You missed = Tu m ´as manqué !

23 Nov 2016     



liza_xxx93
Russian Federation

Merci beaucoup,Maryse!And is it correct to say "Tu vien d ´etre atteint(e) par ma boule de neige"?

23 Nov 2016     



maryse peyé
France

You ´re welcome.
 
"Tu viens d ´être atteint(e) par ma boule de neige" is awkward.
 
You can say "Ta boule de neige m ´a touché(e)" or "ta boule de neige a atteint son but ! (dis-je en riant)" for example.

23 Nov 2016     



valodra
France

Hello,
I agree with Maryse : No one would say : " Tu m ´as atteint avec ta boule de neige". We ´d say : " Tu m ´as touché(e) " or even           (more  familiar ) " Tu m ´as eu(e) "
 
I think kids in the courtyard wouldn ´t even make a sentence ; when playing with snow, they usually say :                                           " Touché!" ( I ´ve been hit ) & " Manqué! " or " Raté ! " ( you missed )
Val 
https://fr.islcollective.com/resources/search_result?Tags=hiver&searchworksheet=GO&type=Printables&view=grid
Maybe this can help ? ( Write HIVER in the search box..)

23 Nov 2016     



liza_xxx93
Russian Federation

Thank you for all your help!!!

24 Nov 2016