How do you say the days in French?
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The days of the week in French.
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How do we say days of the week in French?
Here is how to say the days of the week in French:
- Monday = lundi.
- Tuesday = mardi.
- Wednesday = mercredi.
- Thursday = jeudi.
- Friday = vendredi.
- Saturday = samedi.
- Sunday = dimanche.
How do you say the days and months in French?
Samedi has some similarity in sound to Saturday, and lundi is easy to connect to Monday when we remember that moon is the basis of Monday and that lune, being related to the English word lunar, is the root of lundi.
French days and months.
How do you remember the days in French?
Remember: Just like months in French, the days of the week in French are not capitalized, and the French week starts on Monday rather than Sunday.
What Are the French Days of the Week?
- lundi – Monday.
- mardi – Tuesday.
- mercredi – Wednesday.
- jeudi – Thursday.
- vendredi – Friday.
- samedi – Saturday.
- dimanche – Sunday.
What days are weekends in France?
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How do you say the date in French with the day of the week?
If you want to include the day of the week of the date in question, the formulas are as follows:
- C’est le + day + number + month (+ year) informal.
- Nous sommes le + day + number + month (+ year)
- On est le + day + number + month (+ year)
What are the 12 months in French?
The names of the months in French are “janvier” ‘January’, “février” ‘February’, “mars” ‘March’, “avril” ‘April’, “mai” ‘May’, “juin” ‘June’, “juillet” ‘July’, “août” ‘August’, “septembre” ‘September’, “octobre” ‘October’, “novembre” ‘November’ and “décembre” ‘December’.
How do you express dates in French?
Dates in French are expressed using three elements: le + date + month. Remember that when written numerically, the order differs from the order in the United States; the first number represents the date and the second number represents the month. For example, March 7 = le 7 mars = 7 / 3 / 2015.
How do they write the date in France?
In France, the all-numeric form for dates is in the order “day month year”, using an oblique stroke as the separator. Example: 31/12/1992 or 31/12/92. Years can be written with two or four digits, and numbers may be written with or without leading zero.
What are some French greetings?
Informal and Formal French Salutations
- Bonjour – Good morning / hello.
- Enchanté(e) – Nice to meet you.
- Bonsoir – Good evening / hello.
- Salut – Hi.
- Coucou – Hey.
- Ça fait longtemps, dis donc – Long time, no see.
- Âllo – Hello.
- Ça va? – How are you?