One of the things he likes to imagine doing with you is just completely spoiling you, he loves it when you’re a quivering mess under him. Also, the idea of combining two things he loves on his mouth, which means food play. Licking things of his choice off your body just turns him on to the max. +bonus
Fucking on the kitchen counter.
N A M J O O N :
Just you, dressed in basic kitten/princess clothing, obeying him just like he wants to. Loves hearing things such as “Please touch me,daddy”, “Please let your princess come”, just anything that makes him feel like he’s in absolute control.
“I’ve been a bad girl,daddy”
H O S E O K :
One of his sexual fantasies is you and him, in his practice room, dancing.It can go either way: you nail the dance and before you know it he is making you watch yourself get fucked in front of the mirror, or you’re not doing so well so he gets to punish you with teasing to the max later.
“Do you see the way my hips move? Just wait till later to see how they move when I’m fucking you senseless.”
T A E H Y U N G :
The idea of public sex appeals to him. You, blowing him in a bathroom stall of a bar, or you two fucking outside in the balcony or a rooftop at 2 AM. He also loves car sex a lot. Just the idea of trying not to get caught excites him and turns him on.
Muffling your moans with his hand or his mouth while he thrusts forcefully into you so no one hears you.
Y O O N G I :
What turns him on is filthy and rough sex, or his fingers in your mouth while he thrusts deep inside you, watching you swallow when he explodes inside your mouth or giving you facials. Deep down tho he just wants to spoil you.
Elevator sex. Do I have to say more?
J I M I N :
Shower sex is something he loves. Whether you’re standing up and he’s taking you from behind against the wall or you’re lying in a bathtub and you ride him,or cold water hitting your bodies while he’s eating you out; it just turns him on a lot.
Sex when he’s angry. ×69 times hotter when he pounds into you+often leads to overstimulation
J U N G K O O K :
That boy is extra. His biggest sexual fantasy is fucking you in the bathroom of an airplane as it’s flying high; even if you’re scared of airplanes, he’s so good he’ll make you forget what’s happening around you.
Baby boy who loves amusement parks and wants to finger you on a rollercoaster ride.
1) For questions, use “est-ce que”, or just the plain affirmative form with a question mark/rising tone.
Où vas-tu ? (correct, but nobody actually speaks like that)
Où est-ce que tu vas ? (much better)
Tu vas où ? (most common)
Partez-vous en vacances cet été ? (hello, I’m a robot)
Est-ce que vous partez en vacances cet été ? (natural)
Vous partez en vacances cet été ? (what I would probably say)
=> Note that even though I used the formal “vous” in this last example (could also be that I’m addressing multiple people, but let’s say it’s just one person), it’s still completely ok/common/natural to use these more “informal” question forms. Same goes for all the other tips below. This is how people actually speak, even in slightly more formal situations.
2) Drop “ne” in “ne pas”
E.x. Je ne sais pas. => Je sais pas.
E.x. Je n'ai pas faim. => J'ai pas faim.
3) Use “on” (conjugates like the third person) instead of “nous”
E.x. Nous habitons à Paris. => On habite à Paris.
4) Shorten “tu” to t’ when the verb starts with a vowel of a “silent” H
E.g. Tu habites où ? => T'habites où ?
5) Drop “il” in “il y a”. It turns into “y'a”
E.x. Il y a un chat dans le jardin. => Y'a un chat dans le jardin.
E.x. Il n'y a pas de soucis. => Y'a pas de soucis.
These are the most important I think. Then there’s obviously vocab, with some words/contractions being more informal to varying degrees (“bouquin” for “livre”, “aprem” for “après-midi”…).
And then, there’s pronunciation. There are a lot of sounds that can get slurred together, but I couldn’t really tell you the rules. As an example though, “je” followed by “sais” or “suis” will turn into j’, then ch if you’re really slurring.
"Je sais pas" => “J'sais pas” => “Chaipas” (this last one is not usually written, but you will hear it)
Some people will tell you that all these things are “incorrect” and “not proper French”, but I think that’s bullshit. You *need* to do all these things if you want to sound like a real person, and not like a textbook. Good luck!
- with the help of a user from the HiNative App.
When you have doubts about anything in particular, using HiNative is a great way to get the answers you’re looking for in a language you’re studying.
These were just some helpful tips I got from him/her about sounding more natural and gaining a better understanding of the language.
GRYFFINDOR: “This is what life is: fear, rage, desire…love. To stop feeling emotions, to stop wanting to feel them, is to feel…death.” -Lilly Wachowski + Lana Wachowski + J. Michael Straczynski (Sun Bak: Sense8: Just Turn the Wheel and the Future Changes)