Is Tres bien French or Spanish?

Is Merci French or Spanish?

merci: gracias; agradecido. gracias.

What is the meaning of the French word bien?

“Bien” is an adverb and is therefore irregular (like all French adverbs). It’s the equivalent of “well” in most situations. You use it to describe how the action of a verb is. For example, “elle chante bien”.

Is Tres Bon correct?

In English we would say ‘very good’ for a good piece of work, but in French you would say ‘très bien’ (I think), which would directly translate to ‘very well‘.

Is que French or Spanish?

The word que is a very common word in Spanish, Portuguese, and French. It variously acts as a type of conjunction or a pronoun meaning “that,” “who,” or “which.”

Does Merci have an accent?

That’s in no way specific to the word merci, but yes, you’re right, some people pronounce a slight hiss and the end of words ending in -é(e) or -i(e).

How do you reply to Merci?

The usual answer to “merci” in French is “de rien” which has about the same meaning as “no problem” and translates to “it’s nothing”.

Other ways to answer a “Merci” are:

  1. “Il n’y a pas de quoi”, sometimes abbreviated in “Pas de quoi”
  2. around Toulouse: “Avec plaisir”
  3. in Belgium: “S’il vous plaît”
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How do you answer tres bien?

The following responses are polite enough for a new acquaintance, but general enough for a good friend, too: Très bien, merci. Very well, thank you. Je vais bien, merci.

What does tres bien et toi?

yes very well, and you.

Is Bien masculine or feminine?

bien (masculine) bienne (feminine)?? Bien is an adverb, therefore never change. It can also be a noun.

Is Bonne nuit French?

Bonne nuit is defined as good night in French. An example of bonne nuit is what someone would say before going to bed in France.

What is Tres Bonne?

French for very good!

What is the difference between Bien and bon?

Bon is usually an adjective. It modifies a noun and means good, suitable, efficient, correct, useful, etc. Bien means good, moral, right, healthy, etc., and can only be used as an adjective with copular (state-of-being) verbs such as être.