"Bonne chance à vous" means "Good luck to you" in French.
"bonne chance" is what you say if you want to say "good luck"
good luck: la chance bad luck: la malchance
Good bye = Au revoir Good Luck = Bon Chance
"la chance" means (good) luck in French.
The closest I can get is good luck which translated as "Bonne chance."
un cartable :) Good Luck!
You could say "Bon chance" which is good luck.
"Bon courage!" or "Good Courage" means Good Luck.
"bonne chance aujourd'hui"
Bonne chance pour l'avenir.
bonne chance Ã toi
"Bonne chance" is a French equivalent of "good luck." The feminine adjective "bonne" means "good." The feminine noun "chance" means "luck, fortune." Its singular definite article is "la" ("the"), and its singular indefinite article "une" ("a, one"). The pronunciation is "buhn shawnss."
"Bonne chance" and "meilleurs voeux"
"bonne chance petit cousin"
la bonne chance votre Cher
if you french kiss a rainbow your lips will be rainbowcollerd... good luck
The translation is 'bonne chance'
Bonne chance avec vos examens
Good Luck! is Bonne Chance! this will cover most senses of Good Fortune in English.
The English didn't think comets were good luck as they thought it was a fireball sent from demons to destroy the earth.
bonne chance means 'good luck' in French.
Good luck = bon/bonne chance God bless = Que Dieu (vous) bénisse (may God bless you)
bonne chance et être sain
bonne chance pour les examens
bonne chance (good luck or all the best)
Bonne chance et meilleurs veoux.
"au revoir et bonne chance"
broom. its weird bit its actually the same! good luck
Bonne chance pour tes examens !
Bon courage in French means "Good luck!" or "Hang in there!" in English.
I think,it is the French supertitious beliefs.We have a different supertitious as a person here on earth,so were free.
Je suis paressuex, and if you're trying to impress her, bring a french-english dictionary...Good luck!
bonne chance avec tes Ã©tudes de franÃ§ais.
"la chance" in French conveys the meaning of '(good) luck' in English; a lucky guy is "un chanceux" the opposite is "la malchance" (bad luck) something happening at random, (not necessarily happily) can be said "au hasard" in French.
Ya don't try to impress them because they will start to curse at you in french. I know because I have a french girl friend. good luck dude.
bonne chance avec ton examen de franÃ§ais - je t'aime
Oriflamme - Good luck with the crossword xx
Assuming that you mean "bonne chance" it simply means "good luck" in French
bonne chance dans votre nouvelle maison
In engish - Break a leg; In french - merde
Bonne chance (pour) demain, mes amis.
There is a prime minister and a president. Good luck on Study Island! :)
la chance (fem.) is the French noun for 'luck'
Dancers use "Merde" when wishing good luck. It comes from the French ballet & is a reference to horse dung on the Paris streets that required watching one's step to avoid.
Ok this sounds odd, but my french teacher said if you want to learn french, WATCH FRENCH TV, it will help with studying, also study french, but you can learn how to SPEAK well by watching the tv, good luck!
"bonne chance avec tes cours de franÃ§ais"
Bonne chance pour l'avenir
Je vous souhatie bonne chance....or simply Bonne Chance!
Bonne chance ma copin(e) add the e for a girl.
German: Viel Glück French: Bonne chance Italian: Buona fortuna