- 1 How do you say word of the day in French?
- 2 How do French write the date?
- 3 What is the meaning of les jours de la semaine?
- 4 What does mot means in French?
- 5 What are some common French phrases?
- 6 How do I learn French days?
- 7 What is proper date format?
- 8 Does France use AM and PM?
- 9 What are the French Colours?
How do you say word of the day in French?
This is so much better. This is le mot du jour —the word of the day.
How do French write the date?
In France, the all-numeric form for dates is in the order “day month year”, using an oblique stroke as the separator. Example: 31/12/1992 or 31/12/92. Years can be written with two or four digits, and numbers may be written with or without leading zero.
What is the meaning of les jours de la semaine?
French. the days of the week monday.
What does mot means in French?
The word mot comes from the French word for “word.” The phrase bon mot literally translates as “good word” and the phrase mot juste translates as “right word.” The first records of the word mot in English referring to a witty remark come from the 1800s.
What are some common French phrases?
Common French Phrases for Conversation
- Bonjour! ( Good morning, hello)
- Bienvenue. (Welcome.)
- Madame/Monsieur/Mademoiselle (Mrs. / Mr. /
- Pardon, excusez-moi. (Pardon, excuse me.)
- Parlez-vous anglais? (Do you speak English?)
- Je ne parle pas français. (I do not speak French.)
- À tout à l’heure!
- Merci/Merci beaucoup.
How do I learn French days?
Here is how to say the days of the week in French:
- Monday = lundi.
- Tuesday = mardi.
- Wednesday = mercredi.
- Thursday = jeudi.
- Friday = vendredi.
- Saturday = samedi.
- Sunday = dimanche.
What is proper date format?
The international standard recommends writing the date as year, then month, then the day: YYYY-MM-DD. So if both the Australian and American used this, they would both write the date as 2019-02-03. Writing the date this way avoids confusion by placing the year first. Much of Asia uses this form when writing the date.
Does France use AM and PM?
The Rules for Telling Time in French It’s different than we use in English, so here are the basics: French doesn’t have words for “a.m.” and “p.m.” You can use du matin for a.m., de l’après-midi from noon until about 6 p.m., and du soir from 6 p.m. until midnight. However, time is usually expressed on a 24-hour clock.
What are the French Colours?
The most common colors in French
- red – rouge.
- yellow – jaune.
- blue – bleu/bleue.
- green – vert/verte.
- orange – orange.
- white – blanc/blanche.
- black – noir/noire.
- gray – gris/grise.