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Bonjour Madame if she's married, or has been married. The French language has always kept the word Mademoiselle for unmarried women. However, the Academie Francais…e, in their Immortal wisdom, has decreed that single women over 21 have the right to be called Madame if they wish it. It's generally more appropriate to use Madame than Mademoiselle. If you want to chance it, it's bonjour Mademoiselle.
" Buon giorno, Signora " is an Italian equivalent of "Good morning, Lady." Specifically, the masculine adjective " buon "* means "good." The masculine noun " giorno " m…eans "day." The feminine noun " Signora " means "lady, Ma'am, Mrs." The pronunciation is "bwohn DJOHR-noh see-NYOH-rah." *The masculine adjective actually is " buono ." But the final " o " drops before a noun that begins with a consonant.
Bonjour mesdames (mesdames is the irregular plural of madame)
bonjour is the word for hello/good morning
"Good morning" is "Buen día". It makes no difference whether you talk to a man or to a woman - there are no gender-specific words here.
magandang umaga mga babae
Guten morgen schöne Frau/Dame
You say hello beautiful if you like her just hello if you dont!
Buenos días damas y caballeros.
like this, "Bon matin, ma belle femme".
It should be:Good afternoon, ladies.
bom dia belha garota
buenos dias senoritas
"Good morning, Laura." Put a comma before the person's name.