What's "are you there yet?", "having fun?" and "check our inbox when you get back" in French? Thanks!

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  2. Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Since we are here to HELP and not to DO your work for you, please show us YOUR effort, before you see ours!

    Are you using the familiar "tu" or formal/plural "vous" form with "you?" Do you have a good paper-back dictionary French-English/English-French? If not, let us know and we'll be happy to give you some online dictionaries.

    Waiting for your input. . . . .


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