- 1 How do you greet someone in French?
- 2 What is a typical French greeting?
- 3 What is Como Sava?
- 4 How do you respond to bonjour?
- 5 How do you say hello in a cute way?
- 6 What is the French greeting kiss called?
- 7 How do you become polite in French?
- 8 What are good French wishes?
- 9 Can you reply to Ca va with Oui?
- 10 What does coma Sava mean in French?
- 11 What does come on Sava mean in French?
- 12 What do you say after Merci?
- 13 What should I reply to Ca va?
- 14 Why would you say re bonjour to someone?
How do you greet someone in French?
The most common conversational ways to greet someone in French are:
- Salut. (Hello; Hi. [Informal])
- Bonjour. (Hello; Good morning.)
- Bonsoir. (Good evening.)
What is a typical French greeting?
The most important French greetings include bonjour (hello), enchanté(e) (nice to meet you), bonsoir (good evening/hello), salut (hi), coucou (hey), Ça fait longtemps, dis donc (long time no see), Âllo (hello), Ça va? (how are you?), tu vas bien? (have you been well?), quoi de neuf? (what’s up?), au revoir!
What is Como Sava?
Translation of “comment ça va” in English. Adverb. how are you. how is it going. how’s everything.
How do you respond to bonjour?
So to say “hello, how are you?” in French, simply say bonjour, ça va? or salut, ça va? If someone says this to you, you can respond with ça va bien (“it’s going well”) or tout va bien (“everything’s going well”). In Quebec, you’ll often hear “not bad” as the response: pas pire, which literally means “no worse”.
How do you say hello in a cute way?
Here are some cute ways to say hi:
- “Hey, cutie! How’s it going?”
- “Hey there, beautiful! What have you been up to so far today?”
- “Hey, lovely! How was your day?”
What is the French greeting kiss called?
Nick Kostov. PARIS—In cafés, in offices and almost everywhere in between, it has always been perfectly normal in France to greet people by touching their face with your face. La bise, as the customary double cheek kiss is known, is so deeply entrenched in French life that it is deployed as casually as a handshake.
How do you become polite in French?
How to be polite in France — what to do:
- ALWAYS start any interaction off with a greeting: bonjour during the day and bonsoir at night. Bonjour madame (or monsieur for a man) is appreciated as well.
- Be polite back and just go with whatever the person says to you first. A simple thanks and bye is fine.
What are good French wishes?
The French wish each other well for almost everything. You just use the word “bon’ or ‘bonne’ or the phrase ‘je vous souhaite’ or je te souhaite..’ and you can be assured the French people will be happy with you. At home, on the street, when someone wins a prize, there’s always an occasion for congratulations.
Can you reply to Ca va with Oui?
How to respond. If “Ça va?” asks “ How’s it going? ” the answer is the same as with our second phrase (“Ça va bien, et toi?”). If someone is asking if you’re okay, you can say “Oui, ça va, merci” (“I’m okay, thank you”).
What does coma Sava mean in French?
hello coma how are you.
What does come on Sava mean in French?
Meaning of 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. You probably wouldn’t want to ask your boss or a stranger this question unless the setting was casual.
What do you say after 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”.
What should I reply to Ca va?
As with English, French people tend to reply to Ça va? with a positive response – Bien, or Bien, merci – much the same way as we would use fine in English. The following responses are polite enough for a new acquaintance, but general enough for a good friend, too: Très bien, merci.
Why would you say re bonjour to someone?
This is because when you say bonjour you’re implying that this is the first time you’ve seen them that day. In the U.S. you can say “hello,” or “hi,” or even “hello again” to someone as many times as you see them in a day, but in France you have one bonjour for the whole day.