The French phrase "J'aime ton sourire" explained

Get prepared to discover everything you have to know about the basic phrase “J’aime ton sourire”.

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English translation

Pronunciation example

Slow pronunciation

Normal pronunciation

Example in a story with translation

Now, let’s see a complete example of this idiom in a story with slow French audio and the English translation below.
Besoin de vacances
Vacation need
Rémi:   Tu as l’air triste. Quelque chose est arrivé ?
You look sad. Did something happen?
Karine:   Oh non, rien…
Oh no, nothing…
Rémi:   Je vois bien que quelque chose ne va pas. Dis-moi.
I can see that something is wrong. Tell me.
Karine:   C’est vraiment rien. Ne t’inquiète pas.
It’s really nothing. Don’t worry.
Rémi:   Karine. Qu’est-ce qui ne va pas ?
Karine. What’s wrong?
Karine:   C’est juste que… je suis épuisée à cause du travail et de la dispute avec ma mère.
It’s just that… I’m exhausted from work and arguing with my mom.
Rémi:   Quelle dispute ? Tu ne m’avais pas parlé de ça.
What argument? You didn’t tell me about that.
Karine:   Elle veut que j’aille au mariage d’une cousine lointaine.
She wants me to go to a distant cousin’s wedding.
Rémi:   Quelle cousine ?
What cousin?
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