The French phrase "Tu m'as tué" explained

We are going to teach you all the things you need to know about the basic French expression “Tu m’as tué”.

To be more precise, it includes a detailed guide of what it is and how to use it in a conversation with an audio example. As well as the cool stuff we sprinkled like literal meaning, slow pronunciation audio, dialogue example and more!

Oh and in case you are interested, on this page you can find our others expressions guides plus the ultimate list of all our French words tutorials on this page. Ready to learn? C’est parti ! (Let’s go!)

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French to English translation

Pronunciation example

Slow pronunciation

Normal pronunciation

Example in a story with English translation

Now, let’s see a complete example of this idiom in a story with slow French audio and the English translation below.
L'imitation parfaite
The perfect imitation
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Emily et Philippe sont assis dans un café près de la mer. Ils regardent les vagues…
Emily and Philippe were sitting in a cafe near the sea. Watching the waves…
Emily:   Tu te souviens de la première fois qu’on s’est rencontrés ?
Do you remember the first time we met?
Philippe:   Bien sûr ! C’était une journée magnifique ! Je suis tellement content de t’avoir rencontré ce jour là…
Of course! It was a beautiful day! I am so happy I met you that day…
Emily:   Moi aussi ! J’y repense de temps en temps.
Me too! I think about it from time to time.
Philippe:   Moi aussi parfois.
Me too sometimes.
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