The usual response to merci is de rien (You’re welcome – literally, It’s nothing) or il n’y a pas de quoi. In a more formal context, you could say Je vous en prie or Je t’en prie.
delighted, how do you do, nice to meet you.
The French phrase de rien (pronounced “deu-r yeh”) is one that many students learn to translate as “you’re welcome.” But this common expression of courtesy actually means something slightly different.
Definition of merci beaucoup
: thank you very much.
The following responses are polite enough for a new acquaintance, but general enough for a good friend, too: Très bien, merci. Very well, thank you. Je vais bien, merci.
The word enchanté in French means enchanted, delighted, overjoyed, smitten, or bewitched. In English, the word “enchant” means to influence by charms and incantation, to bewitch, attract, move deeply, or rouse to ecstatic admiration. … The word enchanté is pronounced [a(n) sha(n) tay] in French.
Ashante. It’s French word “nice meeting you”, enchanté
I’d avoid saying this and just stick with d’accord. Finally, you can also say, “ça va“. That might be an equivalent to “fine” in English. So, if somebody suggests to do something, such as “on y va?” (let’s go), you could respond, “ça va“.
Literally translated, ça va means “it goes.” Used in casual conversation, it can be both a question and a reply, but it’s an informal expression.
De rien. This is probably the most common way to respond when somebody says thank you in French. It’s used frequently in everyday life, but is probably a little nonchalant if somebody is wholeheartedly thanking you for a grand gesture. De rien literally means it’s nothing, which we would translate as “no problem”.
Translation of “comment allez-vous” in English. Adverb. how are you. how’re you. how will you how do you do how you doing how you gonna how have you been how would you how’s it going.
interjection French. thank you very much.
How’s it going? -All right. Comment ça va ? – Bien. How are you doing? -Good.
Translation of “Bonjour, comment va” in English. Bonjour. hello good morning.
You can either reply saying “Bonjour” back or you could say “salut” which also means hello but in an informal way. You can also reply either with “comment allez-vous?” which means how are you or how is it going in a formal way or you could use “ça va?” which also means the same but in an informal way.
Good night! See you in the morning. Bonne nuit !
If you’d like to say “What is your name?” in French, you generally have two options. To pose the question formally, you’d say “Comment vous-appelez vous? Speaking informally, you can simply ask “Comment t’appelles-tu?”
Bonsoir means good evening or good night. Bonsoir is borrowed directly from French, in which it means the same thing.
I would say de même or pareillement or enchanté or tout le plaisir est pour moi.
Using a in French
In French, there are 3 ways of using the indefinite articles “ a,” “ an,” “ some” or “ several.” A or An + masculine noun = un. A or An + feminine noun = une. Some or Several + any plural noun = des.
D’accord means okay. It is pronounced “Dah-cohr.” D’accord can be used in formal and informal situations to indicate you are okay with a suggestion.
“Bon” is an adjective or noun that’s usually equivalent to “good”. You use it to talk about a state of being, to describe a person or an object.
Salut is one of the most commonly used and important words that you’ll hear in French. Translations include hi, hello, bye, goodbye and cheers.
my pleasure in french feminine
meaning of plaisir in french
the pleasure is all mine in french
c’est mon plaisir translation
avec plaisir in french means
my pleasure sir in french
enjoy in french
tout le plaisir était pour moi