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The word “Please” in french takes two forms. “S’il vous plaît” is a very polite version used with the polite form of “you.” S’il vous plaît. — Please (formal). When asking your friend or someone you know well, use this one as an informal version: S’il te plaît. — Please (informal). This one is among basic french phrases you tend to hear everywhere:
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One of the cornerstones of being fluent in french is to know a lot of french vocabulary. In this section, you'll find not only reliable lists of french vocabulary (many with audio recordings) but also explanations, relevant cultural advice, french pronunciation tips, etc… In other words, not just bullet lists of french vocabulary, but truly useful french vocabulary lists!
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Here’s a list of most common french vocabulary words: Oui Yes Non No Merci Thank you De Rien You’re welcome Bonjour ! Hello! Au revoir ! Goodbye! Salut ! Hi! Comment allez-vous ? How are you (formal) Comment ça va ? How’s it going? Et toi/vous? And yourself? Enchanté! Nice to meet you! Ravi de vous connaître! Nice to meet you!
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Let’s dive right in with some of the most common french words and phrases. Bonjour: a general greeting meaning “hello” or “good morning” Au revoir: goodbye Oui: yes Non: no Merci: thank you Merci beaucoup: thank you very much Fille: girl Garçon: boy Femme: woman Homme: man Amour: love Français: french
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100 useful adverbs in french 100 most common french verbs to know 100 Verbs of movement & action Love & wedding Trees, plants and gardening Astronomy, space and the universe Crime and criminality Law and Justice The bathroom Describing people Giving directions and situate things School and Education Family members Gestures & positions
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french Number Words You’ll need to know les nombres, or the numbers, if you want to count, tell time, or pay for things in France. zéro (zay-roh) - zero un (uh) - one deux (deu) - two trois (twah) - three quatre (kat-r) - four cinq (sank) - five six (sees) - six sept (set) - seven huit (weet) - eight neuf (nuf) - nine dix (dees) - ten
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Here's the list of most common french words along with their English translation. Note that some words in the list perform a similar function and can be grouped into a single entry with a higher combined rank. These words include: de and d' -- translated as of, from, by, than, in, with.