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French Ça va? Song

French Ça va song

Learn how to ask and respond to the question, “Ça va?” with this fun and catchy French Ça va song!

It’s catchy, it’s fun and children (and adults!) absolutely love it!

Song lyrics

All the lyrics are below:

Ça va song 

Conversation at the start 

Bonjour –  Hello 

Ça va? – How are you? 

Ça va très bien merci –  I’m very well thank you!  

Et toi? –   And you? 

Ça va bien merci!  – I’m good thanks.  

 

Chorus 

Ça va, Ça va, et toi ?  –  I’m good, I’m good and you? 

Ça va?  – How are you? 

Ça va, Ça va, et toi ?  – I’m good, I’m good and you?  

 

Ça va super bien  –  I’m amazing 

Ça va très bien  – I’m very well  

Ça va bienI’m well  

Ça va  –  I’m fine  

Comme ci, comme ça –  So, so 

Ça ne va pasI’m not good 

Ça va mal –  I’m pretty bad  

Ça ne va pas du tout – I’m not good at all  

  

Who is it for?

Perfect for children, schools, families and adults who are learning French!

A catchy, fun song that children love make this activity an ideal choice for busy teachers and parents alike.

As a primary teacher, you’ll appreciate this song’s alignment with the curriculum.  It ensures a seamless integration into your lesson plans.

For global educators, our French name song provides a valuable asset for language development in diverse classrooms.

Parents of young children will enjoy supporting their little ones as they sing along and learn to ask and repond to How are you? (Ça va?) in French.

Secondary French teachers can use this resource as a supplementary tool to enhance learning.  A fun song for introducing or consolidating learning of Ça va and its responses in French!

How to use this song

French Ça va song | Apprendre le français! Find 100s of other fantastic and active French Ça va?  songs and learning resources in our French How are you? Lingobox.

It’s packed full of fantastic French activities emotion checkers, quizzes, videos and songs!  Young learners absolutely love it!

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