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PostSubject: English to French Translations   Sun Dec 04, 2011 11:58 pm


Hi! = Salut!
Good morning! = Bonjour! (also used in the afternoon)
Good evening! = Bonsoir! (After 06:00pm)
Good night! = Bonne nuit! (Pronounced: Bon-Nwee)
Welcome! (to greet someone) = Bienvenue!

How are you? = Comment vas-tu?/ Comment allez-vous? (polite) (Last one pronounced Com On Tallay Voo)
I'm fine, thanks! = Je vais bien, merci!
And you? = Et toi? / Et vous? (polite)
Good / So-So. = Bien / Comme-ci, comme-ça.

Thank you (very much)! = Merci (beaucoup!)
You're welcome! (for "thank you") = Il n'y a pas de quoi
Hey! Friend! = Hé ! L'ami!
I missed you so much! = Tu m'as tellement manqué!

Good bye! = Au revoir!


I'm lost = Je suis perdu
Can I help you? = Puis-je vous aider?
Can you help me? = Peux-tu m'aider? Pouvez-vous m'aider? (polite)

Hold on please! (phone) = Un moment s'il vous plaît / Ne raccrocher pas!
Excuse me ...! (to ask for something) = Excusez-moi ...
Excuse me! ( to pass by) = Pardon!


Zero = Zéro
One = Un
Two = Deux
Three = Trois
Four = Quatre
Five = Cinq
Six = Six
Seven = Sept (Pronounced Sett)
Eight = Huit (Pronounced Wheat)
Nine = Neuf (Pronounced Noof)

Ten = Dix (pronounced Deess)
Eleven = Onze
Twelve = Douze
Thirteen = Treize
Fourteen = Quatorze
Fifteen = Quinze
Sixteen = Seize
Seventeen = Dix-sept
Eighteen = Dix-huit
Nineteen = Dix-neuf

Twenty = Vingt (Pronounced in a nasally way: Vang)
Twenty one = Vingt et un
Twenty two = Vingt-deux
Twenty three = Vingt-trois

Thirty = Trente

Forty = Quarante

Fifty = Cinquante
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