|John|| C'est Toulouse?
|Is this Toulouse?|
|John|| Mon grand père vient de Toulouse!
my big father comes of Toulouse
|My grandfather cames from Toulouse.|
|Femme|| Comment il s'appelle?
how he calls-himself
|What's his name?|
|John|| Il s'appelle Xavier Delouvrier.
he calls-himself Xavier Delouvrier
|Femme|| Ah, je connais cette famille.
ah I know this family
|I know this family.|
| Je t'invite chez moi. |
I invite-you house me
|I invite you to my house.|
Comment il s'appelle? can be used to ask what someone's name is in French. It literally means [What does he call himself?].
Il s'appelle ___ can be used to say [His name is ___]. It literally means [He calls himself?].
Chez moi is a French expression meaning [my house]. It can also mean, more generally, [at my house] or [to my house].
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