Using CHEZ – Today’s French


Comment se servir de CHEZ  – Everyday French every day

CHEZ moi, CHEZ le coiffeur.

CHEZ most commonly means “at someone’s place”. It seems pretty straight forward and yet, just when you thought you had it down, you find an example telling you you need to practice. It’s not just you, don’t worry. It’s a little word that is particularly annoying and I thought of creating this little exercise to help you master it.

See all the rules, and more examples by clicking below.


CHEZ signifie le plus souvent « dans la maison de quelqu’un ». La règle semble assez simple, mais alors que vous pensiez l’avoir comprise, vous trouvez un exemple vous disant que vous devez vous entraîner un peu plus. Ne vous inquiétez pas, vous n’êtes pas seul/e dans ce cas. CHEZ est un petit mot qui est particulièrement casse-pieds et j’ai donc pensé faire ce petit exercice pour vous aider.

Voyez toutes les règles et plus d’exemples en cliquant ci-dessous.



Quiz - Using CHEZ

Choisissez la bonne réponse. Pick the right answer.
    With children, time does not have the same value as it does with grown ups.
    You have to go to the embassy to renew your passport.
    I'm in the waiting room at the dentist.
    The grocery store is around their house.

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