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What is the meaning of Mon aime Mon ami?
The words here don't have integrity here as mon means "my", ami means "friend" and aime is the comjugated form of the verb "to like" so it becomes: my likes my friend. You need some other word between mon & aime...
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Thank you very much my friend.
I adore you, my friend/I love you, my friend.
'Mon ami' means my friend (male) in English. If you're talking about a female friend, you would say 'mon amie.' Normally you'd say 'ma amie' because the object of the senten…ce (in this case the friend) is feminine, but because the first word ends with a vowel and the second word begins with a vowel, you have to say 'mon amie' instead. That's how it is simply because it would be difficult to pronounce if the first word ended with an a, but normally you'd have to use 'ma' in front of an object if it is feminine.
Hello, my friend/ goodbye my friend
But yes my friend.
Mon amie is 'my (female) friend', mon ami is 'my (male) friend'. It is mon amie, not ma, because amie starts with a vowel and so it would be more difficult to say. How…ever, if you put an adjective in between the two words, then ma is used. (e.g. ma petite amie 'my girlfriend')
it means my beautiful friend. i hope it help you:)
i love my best friend :) that's what it means !
it means "my boyfriend"
It would mean "my good friend", but it is worded incorrectly. It should be "mon bon ami".
It means my love. Mon ami would be my friend.
Answer Good morning, my friend. Note: "Bon matin" is not a greeting and doesn't really mean anything in French. To greet someone in the morning, you say "bo…njour". good morning my friends... how are you doing - (note that in French we don't say 'bon matin' as a greeting, only 'bonjour')
"Bon voyage mon chère amie" means "good voyage/trip my dear/good friend".
Mon ami Gabi means 'my Friend Gabi' (short for Gabriel) in French.
Well, it means "my friend", with friend referring to a male. I suppose so...c: