Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Bonjour"

The meaning of "Bonjour" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does bonjour mean?
Q: What does bonjour mean?
Q: What does bonjour mean?
A: Bonjour= Hello
Q: What does bonjour mean?
A: It’s ‘Hello’ in French.
Q: What does bonjour mean?

Example sentences using "Bonjour"

Q: Please show me example sentences with bonjour.
A: - Hello and welcome to today's lesson.
- They didn't even say hello back!
- You need to greet customers with a hello as they enter the store.
- I usually say hi instead of hello.
- Tell Kimmy I said hello.
- At least drop by and say hello.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bonjour
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A: Bonjour
- Hello
- Greetings
- Hi
- Good morning

Bonsoir
- Good evening

Bon après midi
- Good after noon

Bonne nuit
- Good night!

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Q: Please show me example sentences with bonjour .
A: bonjour is french ..

perhaps try asking in "about france" or perhaps someone else will be able to help here

all the best :)

Synonyms of "Bonjour" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between hello and bonjour ?
A: No difference. Ne ovat samat.
Q: What is the difference between bonjour comment va tu ? and je vous souhaite une douce nuit. ?
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Translations of "Bonjour"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bonjour comment allez-vous ?
A:
Hello, how are you?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bonjour
A: Ces réponses peuvent être utiles.

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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bonjour
A: Hello/Good morning/Hi
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bonjour!
comment je peux prononcé "appreciate " en anglais, svp?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? bonjour
A: No it’s not (just) good morning. They are not exact equivalents. As you know, “bonjour” is said not just in the morning BUT ALSO in the afternoon. “Good morning” is not. We say hello at any time of day, but including in the morning and afternoon. So “hello” is the most generically appropriate equivalent. You CAN say “good morning” or “good afternoon,” but it is not “required” the way, eg, “bonsoir” is “required” after a certain hour.

Other questions about "Bonjour"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce bonjour .
Q: bonjour
Q: bonjour je voudrait avoir une liste en anglais de tous les verbe qui sont utile aux quotidien merci d'avance

A: —To be + I am, you/they/we are, he/she/it is ; être
—To have ; avoir
—To go ; aller
—To want ; vouloir
—To think ; penser
—To sleep ; dormir
—To eat ; manger
—To drink ; boire
—To say/to tell/to talk ; dire
—To see ; voir
—To hear/to listen ; entendre/écouter
—To feel ; sentir
—To be able to (can) ; pouvoir
—To understand ; comprendre
—To know *a fact* ; savoir
—To know *someone* ; connaître
—To like ; aimer
—To love ; aimer, adorer
—To need to/must ; devoir
—To need ; avoir besoin *de*
—To work ; Travailler
—To do ; faire
—To be called ; *se* appeler
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Q: bonjour je souhaiterais apprendre l'anglais pour cela je propose aux personnes ayant pour langue natale l'anglais de communiquer régulièrement , de s'envoyer des messages ainsi que peut être des textes que l'on pourrait se corriger mutuellement dans le but de progresser. J'espère que cela vous intéresse! bye😊😊
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