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Posted by on Thursday, May 15, 2008 at 9:07pm.

How do you say, "Don't bring your kids here!" Is it, "Something something apporter tes enfants ici!"

Thanks! =P

~Slappy~

  • french - , Thursday, May 15, 2008 at 10:14pm

    Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum, BUT.....
    Are you speaking to one person, with whom you are on a first-name basis = tu/familiar command.


    Are you speaking to a group of people = vous/formal plural command.

    Without knowing that, I don't know what to give you. However the verb "to bring a person" is amener or conduire. "To bring a person IN" is entrer.

    You said "tes enfants" so it would appear you want the familiar/singular command = N'amène pas tes enfants ici. OR "N'entre pas avec tes enfants ici."

    If it were a sign you might even see: Pas d'enfants ici!

    Mme

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