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MY FIRST WORDS IN FRENCH MES PREMIERS MOTS EN FRANÇAIS
Objective: Understand and use some basic greetings and essential words
BEING POLITE! Please and Thank you! You must know these words if you are serious about making contact with anyone in French. It's always important to be polite.
FRENCH Bonjour! Au revoir! S'il vous plaît Merci Oui Non ENGLISH HELLO! GOODBYE! PLEASE THANK YOU YES NO
SAYING SORRY! I'm sorry ! Je m'excuse ! I'm sorry ! Je suis désolé ! Excuse me! Excusez – moi Sorry ! pardon
There are several ways to say sorry in French depending on who you are, and who you are talking to, and what you are talking about!
OTHER COMMON PHRASES FRENCH BONSOIR AUJOURDHUI DEMAIN HIER JE VOUDRAIS COMMENT ÇA VA? ENGLISH GOOD EVENING TODAY TOMORROW YESTERDAY I WOULD LIKE HOW ARE YOU?
WORK LIKE YOU DONT NEED THE MONEY DANCE LIKE NOBODY IS WATCHING LOVE LIKE YOU NEVER BEEN HURT
BACK TO FRENCH DESOLÉ OR EXCUSEZ -MOI
LES SALUTATIONS FRENCH BIENVENUE BONNE NUIT A BIENTOT A TOUT A LHEURE SIL TE PLAIT DE RIEN ENGLISH WELCOME GOOD NIGHT SEE YOU SOON SEE YOU LATER PLEASE YOU WELCOME
CA SUFFIT ENOUGH FOR TODAY….. cest finit
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