How to Say What Are You Doing in French
At times, you may want to ask about what action a person is doing at the moment or in the near future. The common phrase to politely ask what the person is doing is Qu’est-ce que tu fais? meaning what are you doing in French.
Qu’est-ce que tu fais? – This is the most common phrase to say what are you doing in French. When you use this French greeting phrase, you are politely asking what action the person is doing at that particular moment. Also, you can add a time period to “what are you doing?” This indicates that you will like to know what activity the person is doing at a specific period, time, place, with something, or with someone.
Other Ways to Say What Are You Doing in French
Some other ways to say what are you doing in French include:
Que fais-tu – What are you doing (informal)
Que faites-vous? – What are you doing (formal, plural)
Few Examples of when to say What Are You Doing in French
What are you doing here? – Qu’est-ce que tu fais ici?
What are you doing with the lamp? – Qu’est-ce que tu fais avec la lampe?
What are you doing to my son? – Que fais-tu à mon fils?
What are you doing now? – Que faites-vous maintenant?