My cousin got an A in her French GSCE and I want to write something in a card like, Well done Rebecca and Congratulations!
Could you translate for me s'il vous plait? Or give me a cute little phrase to say?
but the equivalent in English would be "you rocked" or "you kicked ass".
To sign off, say "bisous" - it means "kisses", and this is they way all friends / family members sign off on friendly cards etc.
Hope that helps!
**edited for comical typo
Mais bien sûr Michelle!
OK, so first off, "congratulations" is "félicitations!" The Frenchiest word in the world for "well done" is "chapeau!" Yes, this does mean "hat", but when it's said or written with an exclamation mark, it means "I take my hat off to you". They also say "bravo!" a lot.
If you want to say "I'm delighted for you" you can say "je suis ravie pour toi", or "I'm (very) proud of you" is "je suis (très) fière de toi".
If you want to say something really, really colloquial, you can say "t'as assuré comme une bête!" which literally means "you mastered it like a beast"
Wow - I would love to have another language! Txt speak not included
Thanks a million for your help. I've always had a weird fascination with all things French and would LOVE to learn the language - I never get round to finding a good course though!
Thanks so much xxx
Wow, you're sooooooooo French!
Ah no problem, any time
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