c’est pas faux – Mot du Jour

Say Angry In French

c’est pas faux – Mot du jour

you have a point – French expression

What does ” c’est pas faux ” mean? How do you say ‘ you have a point ’ in French? How is it pronounced? How is it used in a French sentence? Listen to Anne, a French native say it at FrenchHour.com.

c’est pas faux – it’s not false – In everyday French, c’est pas faux means that you realize the person you’re talking to is raising a point you hadn’t thought about, s/he has a point.

Note that the correct form for this expression should read: ce n’est pas faux. Learn more in the lesson.

  • « Tu dis que les Français sont râleurs. C’est pas faux ! »
    • “You say that the French grouch a lot. You have a point !”

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