When do the french say bonsoir?
In the evening, same use as good evening or good night in english
bonjour before sunset and bonsoir after sunset
To say 'good evening' in French you say 'bonsoir'. This is pronounced as 'bon swor'.
Bonsoir, mon ami(e) *Bonsoir is the correct translation of good evening, but for "friend" you would say Bonsoir, mon ami (male) or Bonsoir, mon amie (female) The plural would be Bonsoir, mes amis. Alternatively, if you wanted to say "have a good evening" as a farewell, you would simply say Bonne soirée.
Bonsoir Je t'aime
"Bonsoir, mon amour."
"bonsoir mon amour"
bonsoir à la lune
bonsoir Monsieur Daniel.
"Boo boo" has no translation in French. You could replace it with "boyfriend" or "girlfriend" Goodnight my boyfriend: bonsoir mon copain Goodnight my girlfriend: bonsoir mon amie
'good evening' is 'bonsoir' in French. You may also hear 'bonne soirée'.
"Good evening everyone" is "bonsoir tout le monde" in French.
bonsoir, mon Cher ami.
Bonsoir = Good Evening Bonne Nuit = Good Night
"Bonsoir, maman" Maman bonne soirée
In Monaco the official language is French, meaning people would say 'Bonne Nuit' or 'Bonsoir' to say goodnight.
'sallu','bonjour','bonsoir' or 'bonwee'(I think that's spelt wrong)
Bonsoir mon amour. je t'manque beaucoup!
Good evening, my friend "bonsoir, mon ami" means 'good evening, my friend" in French.
Bonsoir (French for goodnight),
Hello day=bonjoir (bo hello evening=bonsoir goodbye =au revior
Bonsoir mesdames (irregular plural of madame) et messieurs (irregular plural of monsieur)
Bonsoir! can be considered formal or informal depending upon context. The greeting literally means "Good evening!" and tends to be more frequent in formal than in informal contexts. The pronunciation will be "bo-swar" in French.
'Bonsoir mon amie' means good evening my friend.
good evening bonsoir
Passez un bonsoir.
bonsoir mon ami
If you are talking about the word I think you are it is bonjour.
Est-ce un bonsoir?
"Bo swar mo-na-mee" is the pronunciation of the French phrase Bonsoir, mon amie. Specifically, the masculine noun bonsoir is "good evening". The possessive adjective mon means "my". The feminine noun amie translates as "girl friend, girlfriend".
Bonsoir, ma mÃ¨re! and Bonsoir, mon pÃ¨re! are just two French replies to the French phrase Bonsoir, ma fille! Specifically, the greeting bonsoir is "good evening." The feminine possessive adjective ma and the masculine mon mean "my." The feminine noun fille means "daughter" in this context. The feminine noun mÃ¨re means "mother." The masculine noun pÃ¨re translates as "father." The respective pronunciations in French will be "boh-swahr mah feey" for the initial statement and "boh… Read More
bonsoir means good evening By he way, in this compounded word, bon means good and soir means evening!
Bonsoir, usually. Bonne nuit is more intimate, as in tucking up a child or wishing a loved one a good night's sleep.
If you mean - Bonsoir - it means Good evening
Bonjour: is a general Hello, as well as Good morning. Bonsoir: which is typically used at around 6 PM. When you pick up the phone, you say Salut.
good night and sweet dreams my friends (a French would say 'de beaux rÃªves' and not 'doux rÃªves')
bonsoir bon(good) soir(night)
bonsoir,it spell "vêtement en rack"
Bonsoir... It's like: what would you answer to goodnight love? I suppose you would start by goodnight then something nice, so it depends on what you call the other in a nice way...
The question isn't correct. Its supposed to be Good evening son. In french: Bonsoir mon fils.
bonsoir mon seul et unique, Je t'aime plus que les mots peuvent décrire
There are multiple wash to say this. The direct translation would be "Bonjour, je suis Maddie". The other way to say this would be; Bonjour, je m'appelle Maddie, which means "Hello, my name is Maddie". Bonjour is the common to greet in French, however this only works for the day, typically anything after 5pm and you would say "Bonsoir" which then means "good evening".
Bonn swa? I think that you mean 'bonsoir' , what means 'good evening'
good evening / good night Bon soir means Good Night.
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.
Goodbye: au revoir Hello: bonjour/bonsoir (in the evening) Thank you: merci