How do you greet in french?
Bonjour! You may add monsieur for a man, and mademoiselle for miss.
You greet people with a kiss on the cheek (or two, three, up to four) when you have a special relationship with them (friendship, family). There is no special reason for that, this is the way people do it here (just as Americans and their hugging, which seems weird to the few French who know about it). Men just shake hands of their male friends.
There is no "good afternoon" formula in French to greet people, only one for when you are leaving. As a greeting, it is standard to use "bonjour", until the evening. You will use "bonsoir" then. When you are departing, you can use "bonne journée" (for the whole day ahead), "bon après-midi" for the rest of the afternoon, or "bonsoir / bonne soirée" when leaving in the evening.
Yes. • Lady Gaga (1pm performance) • David Archuleta (12pm meet & greet) • Leona Lewis (1pm meet & greet) • Brandy (2pm performance/meet & greet) • Jesse McCartney (2pm meet & greet) • Secondhand Serenade (4pm performance/meet & greet) • The Veronicas (3pm meet & greet; 5pm performance) • Katy Perry (4pm meet & greet)
French people greet each other much as any other people do. They say "Bonjour, comment ça va?" (Hello, how are you?) or "Salut, ça fait longtemps qu'on s'est vu!" (Hey, it's been awhile since we've seen each other!) or even "Salut, mon pote!" (Hey, buddy!) . There are many ways to greet someone in French. Many French people also kiss both of the person they're greeting's cheeks. It's considered normal and polite to do, even…