Why we say au tavail not à travail ??
The verb aller means to go.
Here's how to say I go/I'm going and you go/you're going in French:
Note that the verb form changes depending on who is acting.
Remember that in French, to say you, you will use either:
- tu to address one person you know well, i.e. "informal" and "singular"
- vous to address one person in a professional context, or that you don't know well, i.e. "formal" and "singular"
See Tu and vous are used for three types of you
Examples and resources
Q&A Forum 5 questions, 8 answers
Because the French use a definite article in this case: au travail = à le travail.
Aa okey merci.
Would "on va" mean "we go"?
Yes, although you would probably use something else, such as on y va or allons-y.
Why does "ça veut dire" translate to "it means"?
I don't see "Ou vas tu?". Is that considered very informal or wrong?
Not at all : "Où vas-tu ?" is the inverted question form, which is actually considered more elegant and formal than its equivalents:
"Où est-ce que tu vas ?"
"Où tu vas ?"
"Tu vas où ?"
See the related lessons:
I hope that's helpful!
À bientôt !