What do you call a French girlfriend?

10 French Love Nicknames Doudou – no literal translation – it sounds very bad in English but we use it a lot in French! The origine is Creole French and it means sweety, darling… Mon lapin – my rabbit. Mon poussin – my chick.

How do you express your love in French?

Feeling romantic? Express your emotions in French, the language of love

  1. Je t’aime. This is the standard way to say ‘I love you’.
  2. Je t’adore. This phrase translates as ‘I adore you’.
  3. T’es l’amour de ma vie.
  4. Je suis fou amoureux de toi.
  5. Mon coeur bat la chamade pour toi.

How do I say my love?

“My love, could you please give me your hand and sit by my side?”…What is another word for my love?

babe darling
dear dearest
love mi amor
sweetheart sweety
beloved honey

What is mon amour?

There aren’t many French terms of endearment more romantic than mon amour, which means “my love” in French. Is it ma amour or mon amour? Whether you’re speaking to a man or a woman, the term is the same: mon amour.

What is Mon Cheri?

The phrase “mon chéri” is French for “my darling”.

How do you express gratitude in French?

I wish to express our gratitude to you. Je vous adresse mes plus vifs remerciements. I send you my most sincere thanks.

Is Bon Voyage in English word?

bon voyage Add to list Share. You can use the expression bon voyage to wish a friend well as she sets off on a trip. Bon voyage literally means “good voyage” in French, and it can be used as an exclamation, a playful or sophisticated way to send someone off on a journey.

What does beaucoup mean?

In French, as you may know, beaucoup is an adverb meaning “a lot” or “much” (as in merci beaucoup, meaning “thanks a lot”). Beaucoup isn’t used on its own as an adjective in French; if you want to say “many” in French, you use the phrase beaucoup de.

What is merci beaucoup mean?

thank you very much

What is tres bien?

very good, very well. excellent.

How do you reply to Merci Beaucoup?

“Merci beacoup” means “thank you very much” so you would say “You’re welcome” back. “De rien” means “You’re welcome”. As a french Canadian in Ontario, I would typically respond with “Pas de problème”.

How do you reply to Bon Voyage?

It beens “good journey” in French. Or the more colloquial “Farewell”. I think “thank you” would suffice as a response. If you want to be fancy,Merci Beaucoup!

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