My fellow linguaphiles, I'd be forever grateful if you can answer my following French questions which i've pondered on for hours and still can't get it.
Tu te lèves a quelle heure?
I know this sentence means "what time do you get up?", what i don't get it is the "te" here. If i were to answer the question, I'd have to say "Je me lève a sept heures". What are these "te" and "me"? What do they exactly mean and fuction as?
Also, J'y vais 3 fois par semaine, I think this sentence means "I go there 3 times per week", am i right? If i were correct, how to apply this "y" into other sentences?
The last but not the least, in these sentences "Je n'aime que toi" and "je n'aime jamais toi", "toi" means "you" right? Is it correct to use "je n'aime que vous/tu"? If not, why is it?
I'm very sorry for asking simple questions like these, but my lecturer is being not helpful in answering my doubt at all, if not the worse, ignoring my questions. When he explained to us how "du" is formed, he didn't even mention "de + le" until i pointed out. so.