Je viens d’Aberdeen
Je vous présente mon mari
To say a bit about yourself you need to be able to use je with a few different verbs
This is all explained further during Ma France, but if the above words are new to you it's worth having a look at the French Steps beginners' course.
When people are asking you questions or giving you instructions, you’ll hear the vous form of the verb, which nearly always ends in -ez.
To remind yourself about vous and how to use it, have a look at French Steps (Stages 1 and 4).
When you’re talking more generally, you’ll find the phrase c’est very useful.
It means ‘it is’, ‘this is’ or ‘that is’, depending on context. Est is part of the verb être (to be).
English has only the one word ‘my’ but French has three – mon, ma, mes. The one you use depends on the gender of the word that follows:
You don’t have to worry about gender when saying ‘your’. Votre goes with a singular word. Vos goes with a plural word.
If you're a bit hazy about genders, have a look at French Steps Stage 2.