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Anonymous
2020-06-27 19:03:14
2020-06-27 19:03:14

Thank you

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2013-04-26 14:00:25
2013-04-26 14:00:25

'Merci beaucoup' means 'Thank you very much' or 'Thanks a lot' in French.

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merci toujours or merci beaucoup

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merci beaucoup is pronounced: mare see bow kew (note the p is not pronounced and this is usually the case with most words in french: the last consonant is silent)

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merci vous Answer: A simple "Merci" works, "Merci beaucoup!" (Thanks a lot!) is often heard. "Merci bien" runs the risk of sounding a bit sarcastic.


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