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How to use You are welcome in a sentence: If you have concerns about our solutions or solutions you are welcome to speak to us. Si vous avez des préoccupations au sujet de nos solutions ou des solutions, nous vous invitons à nous en parler. (French translation) You are welcome to peruse these webpages to get a sense of who we are.
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There are a few main ways to say "you're welcome" in French: Je vous en prie / Je t'en prie; I feel this is a little more formal than the others, but is the canonical French response to "thank you". In some sense, it can be equivalent to "don't worry about it". Pas de problème; Google translate was right.
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I’m French and, even though my English isn’t very well, I must admit I’m not quite please with the others responses. For me, they seems uncomplete. If you want to say that “You are welcome to our house at any time”? That would be “Vous êtes toujou...
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1. Bonjour – “Good day”. If you ask your teacher “how do you say hello in French?”, they'll almost certainly reply with bonjour. It literally means “good day”, and it's by far the most well-known French greeting. The nice thing about bonjour is that it's the most safe and polite of all greetings in French. You can use it in any situation, no matter what the level of formality.
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Contextual translation of "you're welcome madam" into French. Human translations with examples: mercí, merci, please, di rien, bienvenue, je t'en prie, avec plaisir.
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In French, this would be je n’ai pas à me plaindre. Shannon Kennedy. Language Encourager, Fluent in Months. Speaks: English, French, Mandarin, Russian, Croatian, Japanese. Shannon is Head Coach for the Fluent in 3 Months Challenge. She is currently based in Southern California where she performs as a professional musician. Her passions are ...
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French word list for everyday conversation. Here's a list of common French phrases that will help you communicate whilst travelling in France. Your trip will be much more enjoyable if you have a basic French vocabulary and the locals will appreciate your efforts.
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Directed by Philippe Lioret. With Vincent Lindon, Firat Ayverdi, Audrey Dana, Derya Ayverdi. Bilal sets off on an adventure-filled journey across Europe and wants to get to England to see his love who lives there.
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welcome. Why is it all about the French? ... At any rate, the common denominator for all the visitors should be the same desire to learn about French culture, language, food, customs or even hidden treasures (no jewels, but special places not to miss like the white horses of Camargue).
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Beyond “Au Revoir”: 10 Ways to Say Goodbye in French Like a Native Speaker (With Examples and Context) Here are 10 ways to say goodbye in French, starting with the most formal to the most casual. 1. Adieu (Farewell) Adieu is not a French goodbye to be taken lightly or used often.