re: Do you have any change?


Kwiziq community member

13 June 2016

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re: Do you have any change?

Hi there, so if you wanted to ask the question above and you cannot say "Fais-tu avoir de la monnaie?", what do you say? Do you say "Tu as de la monnaie, n'est-ce pas? Thanks, Catherine

This question relates to:
French lesson "Asking yes/no questions with intonation, est-ce que, n'est-ce pas"


Kwiziq language super star

13 June 2016


Bonjour Catherine !

The question "Tu as de la monnaie, n'est-ce pas ?" asks more for a confirmation that you have change: "You have change, right?".

To ask if someone has change, you can use:
Est-ce que tu as de la monnaie ?
Tu as de la monnaie ?
  (the intonation can suffice in French)
As-tu de la monnaie ?  (a bit more formal, due to the inversion)

I hope that's helpful!
À bientôt !


Kwiziq community member

25 March 2019


I was going to ask the same question, but then found it in answered here already. It would be useful to include this example within the main lesson. Thanks!

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