What does c est bon pour le moral mean?
— Exercise is good for your health. For a fun example of the correct use of one of these expressions, check out this song by Compagnie Creole, “C'est Bon Pour le Moral” (“It's Good for Morale”).
c'est bon, ça : that's nice, this is good, this tastes good oral.
c'est bien : that's good, fine, OK.
C'est pas bon. (“It's not good“)
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Bon is an adjective.
It modifies a noun and means good, suitable, efficient, correct, useful, etc. Bien is an adverb. It means good, moral, right, healthy, etc., and can only be used as an adverb with state-of-being verbs such as être.
Get going with this French inspirational quote proclaiming: "C'est toujours le bon moment", meaning "It is always the good time (to start)".
C'est la vie, meaning literally that's life in English, is a well-known French phrase. C'est means it is or that is, while la vie means life.
C'est la vie literally means “this is the life” in French, taken as “that's life.” Found in French well before, the expression was borrowed into English by the 1880s.
Translation of "c'est mon" in English. it's my this is my that's my he's my it is my that is my it was my she's my.
What does coo coo mean in paris?
The French word "coucou," [koo koo] can be used as an exclamation meaning "hello" or "hi." It is similar to the English excalamation, "peek-a-boo!" It is also used to refer to the cuckoo clock.
C'est mon frère. He's my brother.
C'est bon de te revoir. It is good to see you again. C'est bon de te revoir. And it is nice to see you again.
L'amour de ma vie means “the love of my life.” Like its English equivalent, it's a common expression of love. Note that the word amour doesn't change to agree with the gender of the person in question; it's always just amour, “love”.
Tu es tout pour moi – you're everything for me.
Thank you for everything!
The best, most concise explanation I've found for when to use which comes from this article: C'est bon is used when talking about physical sensations/the body. C'est bien is used when talking about general things/the mind.
Once you reach the end of the afternoon around 6 p.m., you stop saying bonjour and you start to say bonsoir, which means “good evening.” Unlike bonjour, you can use bonsoir when saying goodbye where it would translate more to “goodnight” instead of “hello.” If it's so late in the night that whoever you're saying ...
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C'est means 'it is' or 'that is'. • c'est + (masculine singular) adjective: C'est génial ! / C'est chaud / C'est cher. That's great! / It's hot / It's expensive.
What is the meaning of du bon matin?
de bon matin early in the morning.
1. Je t'aime. Meaning: I love you. Pronunciation: Juh-tem. This is the most common way to express your love for someone in French.
The saying is always in an English-speaking context, and it has no history in Spanish, Italian, or French; in fact, the saying is ungrammatical in all three of these Romance languages. It is however grammatical in Portuguese in poetic contexts. It is composed of Spanish or Italian words superimposed on English syntax.
: to do the things one wants to do when there is the chance instead of waiting for a later time.
La vie est belle Meaning. "La vie est belle" is a French expression meaning "Life is beautiful"; the manifesto of a new era.
Mon Dieu ! : My God!
: that's war : it can't be helped.
Translation of "c'est mon mari" in English. he's my husband this is my husband that's my husband it's my husband. he is my husband.
Translation of "c'est le soir" in English. it is evening. this is the night. it's evening. it's the evening.
: the state, it is I : I myself am the nation.
What's up French slang?
Use the French slang quoi de neuf carefully. This French phrase translates into “what's up?” and can be used as an informal greeting.
(p10) Mon cher petit papa: My dear little dad.
French. (referring to a man or boy) my dear.
I love you dad. Je t'aime, papa.
Translation of "c'est pas tout" in English. Adverb. that's not all. that's not it. not only that.
Translation of "C'est doux" in English. it's sweet it's soft.
Au revoir mademoiselle. Goodbye, miss. Elle a 60 ans et encore mademoiselle !
= literally “It's well done for you” = “Serves you right.” C'est bien fait pour lui ! = “ Serves him right” Don't use “bien fait” to describe how you want your steak cooked at the restaurant either!
Merci de / pour = Thank you for in French.
I'm here for you I am here for you I'm there for you.
What does tant pis pour les faits mean?
Meaning. oh well, never mind; too (damn) bad, tough. Literally. so much worse.
I pray for you. I'm praying for you. I am praying for you. I will pray for you.
Tout à fait literally means 'everything to be done'. But it is used to say 'I agree','absolutely', 'exactly' and 'utterly', and also 'quite'. It can be used in three ways: as a reply to an affirmative question, as an interjection to express enthusiastic agreement and also for emphasis.
Translation of "rien pour toi" in English. nothing for you nothing to you anything to you anything for you. didn't get you.
Translation of "tout pour toi" in English. anything for you everything for you all for you everything to you.
I'm sorry about. I'm sorry for all. I am sorry for everything.
: that is to say : namely.
In French, cela and ça mean it, this or that. Both refer to a statement, an idea or an object. ça is used instead of cela in everyday, informal French.
c'est fini : it's finished, it's over.
Translation of "c'est mal" in English. it's wrong it is wrong this is wrong it's bad that's wrong is it wrong that's bad what's wrong.
What is sea la vie meaning?
Aptly named, "Sea la Vie" means "Sea Life" or Life at the Beach.
La vie is French for "the life", such as found in the phrase "c'est la vie". It may refer to: La Vie (painting), a painting by Pablo Picasso.
That's really sweet, honey. C'est très mignon, mais... That's very sweet, but... Oui, c'est très mignon. Yes, it's really sweet.
Oui, c'est le cas. Yes, that's the case.
We then learnt that the word “ça” means “that”. Logically, since “ça” means “that” and “est” means “is”, “that is” should be “ça est”. However, we learnt that “ça c'est” means “that is”. Literally, “ça c'est” means “that it is”.
C. This may just look like a simple, innocent letter, but in French internet slang it takes on many forms. “C” can mean ça, c'est or ce. Example: C la vi = C'est la vie (That's life), Cv = ça va (How's it going?).
Chouette (great, nice, cool)
But as a slang term, you can use it to describe something you like or to say something or someone is cool. Example: Mon prof est chouette. My teacher is cool. C'est chouette!