mi bella hable francés? Does this mean, "My beautiful one speaks french'" or did I conjugate it wrong?
I'm trying to say "My beautiful one speaks french'" in a surprised context. Like I didn't know that the other person spoke french, so it's in a surprised form of a question.
Or should I use 'Habla'? or 'hablando'"
-confused student- >__
By t he way, in Spain we would rephrase this to:
¿Es que habla francés esa bella dama?
¿Acaso halba francés esa bella dama?
In any case in indicative form, not subjunctive!!
Sorry, Calvo, no subjuntive is allowed here.
¿Mi bella habla francés'
"Hable" is the subjunctive. Your use of it in this situation is correct. You could get away with "habla," but "hable" is technically more correct.
Mi bella habla Francés!
"Habla" is Ok