French I Préliminaire Vocabulary French To English

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French I Pr�liminaire Vocabulary French To English - Quiz

Write the correct definition.

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    The given answer consists of three different greetings in different languages. "Hello" is a common greeting in English, "Hi!" is a more informal version of hello, and "Hi" is a shorter and more casual form of greeting. Therefore, the answer includes three different ways to say hello or hi in different contexts or with different levels of formality.

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    Ça va?

    The phrase "Ça va?" is a common greeting in French, which translates to "How are you?" in English. Therefore, the correct answer is "How are you?"

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    Pas mal.

    The phrase "pas mal" is a French expression that translates to "not bad" in English. It is used to express satisfaction or approval with something. Therefore, the correct answer "Not bad" accurately translates the meaning of the original phrase.

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    The word "bien" in Spanish is translated as "well" or "good" in English. Therefore, both "Well." and "Good." can be considered correct translations of the word.

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    Très Bien.

    The phrase "Très Bien" is a French expression that translates to "Very well" or "Very good" in English. It is commonly used to indicate that something has been done or performed excellently. Therefore, the correct answer for this question is "Very well." or "Very good." as they accurately convey the meaning of "Très Bien."

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    The correct answer is "Mr., Mister". These are titles used to address a man in formal or professional settings. "Mr." is an abbreviation for "Mister", which is a more formal and respectful way of addressing a man. Both terms are commonly used in English-speaking countries to show respect and to indicate that the person being addressed is a male.

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    "Ms." is the correct answer because it is the appropriate title to use for a woman when her marital status is unknown or irrelevant. "Mademoiselle" is a French term used to address an unmarried woman, but it is not commonly used in English-speaking countries. "Ms." is a neutral and respectful title that can be used for any woman regardless of her marital status.

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    Au Revoir.

    The correct answer is "Good-bye." and "Good bye." because both phrases are commonly used to bid farewell to someone. "Au Revoir" is a French phrase meaning "Goodbye," but it is not as commonly used in English-speaking countries. Therefore, the correct answer includes the more widely recognized English phrases for saying goodbye.

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    The correct answer is "Good-bye." and "Good bye." because both phrases are commonly used to bid farewell to someone. "Good-bye." is a more formal way of saying farewell, while "Good bye." is a more casual and informal way of saying the same thing. Both expressions convey the same meaning and are commonly used in English to say goodbye to someone when parting ways.

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