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Do French people say 'Excuse my English' when they cuss?
I still say it. A lot of the changes in etiquette have to do with the way people are brought up. I lived back east for 4 years and the polite meter dropped drastically there. …But there were those who were kind and considerate like I am used to. In Montana it is a little less formal than when I was a kid but we still expect manners so people still abide by them for the most part. Montana is no longer a bastion of good manners. A lot of aggressive drivers, jockying for parking spaces, and people race to get in check-out lines ahed of me even when I am in my wheel chair and they can plainly see where I'm headed. Many will not return a greeting, or just grunt. My " Excuse me's " are frequently met with dirty looks. The people that ARE kind, are exceptionally kind, but courtesy and good manners are dying a slow, lingering death in many places.
excusez-moi or pardonnez-moi (pardon me)
Do you speak English? = Parlez-vous anglais?
les jeunes, les ados
People cuss to seem cool in front of their friends and other people. The cusser wants to be like an adult and feel like they are mature and the best out of every one! The best… way to solve this problem is to either ignore which is really hard, or if he/she continues, to react back but without cussing them, just to say things like " shutup, be quiet, GROW UP" and etc. doing so the cusser will feel minor and hopefully stop. ~ people also cuss because they had a bad life and takes it out on others instead off trying to sort it out another way also they act hard like this guy said in front of there friends and also like this guy said don't attack back and if it continues it's simple report the case that your being insulted by people and if they attack physically by all means attack in self defence when the police comes cooperate with them nicely and tell them every think that happened if they say there putting cuffs on you don't fight out off it. just because they put cuffs on you don't mean you are going to be nicked they are most likely to ask questions then take it to court and be honest like the saying honesty is the best policy
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The classic phrase is "à la santé !" (to health!) which can be shortened to "à la vôtre !" / "à la tienne !" or "santé !" In friendly situations, though, I find that it …is more common to say "tchin !" (or "tchin-tchin"), which represents the sound of glasses hitting togeter.
des gens connus (or célèbres)
An old established German watch and clockmaker originally in Oxford Street london later in St James's Street London whereabouts now unknown
the French people call themselves les français (no capital letter needed).
you can say alot of words. some like syka or blaha moha. there are alot of them.. i just gave you 2. if you want more.. look it up on youtube. they have a good movie for that.… ----------------------------------------- (I provided a new link at the bottom of the page to better answer this question) Whomever posted the above response was correct in suggesting Youtube, though.
"Excuse my poor French" in French is "Excuse mon pauvre français." If you're a female, replace "mon" with "ma."
It would be "Les gens sont gentils?"
"Excuse me" in French is "Excusez-moi" or "Pardonnez-moi" or even simply, "Pardon" ^ And "Will you please excuse me" is: Vous m' excuserez s'il vous plait?
peut je être excusé i think or desole (sorry)