- 1 Is s’il vous plait formal?
- 2 How do you say please to a stranger in French?
- 3 Do people say s’il te plait?
- 4 Is Je vous formal?
- 5 What’s your name in French?
- 6 What is the meaning of s’il vous plait?
- 7 What are all the numbers in French?
- 8 What is merci beaucoup?
- 9 What is the difference between tu and vous in French?
- 10 How do you use Si vous braid?
- 11 Is de rien rude?
- 12 How do you ask tu or vous?
- 13 How do you reply to Merci?
Is s’il vous plait formal?
S’il te plaît is used for tu (informal/singular) and s’il vous plaît is used for vous* (formal/plural).
How do you say please to a stranger in French?
When speaking to a stranger, say “s’l vous plaît” (sill voo play) to mean “please.”
Do people say s’il te plait?
Usage notes. S ‘il te plait is used with people that one addresses using tu. For formal situations and people one would address using vous, s’il vous plaît is used.
Is Je vous formal?
A: Je vous remercie de m’avoir considéré pour ce poste. (Thank you for considering me for this position.) Je is the first person singular pronoun, “I.” Vous is the formal or plural second person pronoun, “you.” Since vous is being used as a direct object, it goes right after the subject and before the verb.
What’s your name in French?
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?”
What is the meaning of s’il vous plait?
: if you please: please.
What are all the numbers in French?
Numbers 1-10 in French
What is merci beaucoup?
: thank you very much.
What is the difference between tu and vous in French?
In French, there are two ways of saying you: tu and vous. “Tu” is only used to address one person, while “vous” is used to address one or more people. As a singular second person pronoun, “vous” is used in more formal contexts while “tu” is more familiar.
How do you use Si vous braid?
S’il vous plaît is used to address someone formally (being polite or speaking with elders), using vous, or to address more than one person; when using the phrase informally (with friends and family), one would use tu, hence s’il te plaît.
Is de rien rude?
De rien isn’t wrong, exactly, but it’s not as polite as what native French speakers typically say: je vous en prie > you are welcome (literally, “I beg of you”)
How do you ask tu or vous?
1. Tu or Vous: When to use them in French (France)
- Tu shows familiarity, closeness.
- Vous shows a respectful distance, deference, not wanting to sound too familiar.
- When in doubt, use vous. You can’t really go wrong!
- You need to ask, be given or give permission to do so.
How do you reply to Merci?
The usual answer to “merci” in French is “de rien” which has about the same meaning as “no problem” and translates to “it’s nothing”. Other ways to answer a “Merci” are:
- “Il n’y a pas de quoi”, sometimes abbreviated in “Pas de quoi”
- around Toulouse: “Avec plaisir”
- in Belgium: “S’il vous plaît”