How do you greet a group in French?

The most important French greetings include bonjour (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?), tu vas bien? (have you been well?), quoi de neuf? (what’s up?), au revoir!

Is Ca va mal formal or informal?


Ça va. O.K.
Ça va bien/mal. Good / bad
Comme ci, comme ça. So-so
Et vous? / Et toi? And you? (formal/informal)

Is comme ci comme ca formal or informal?

Options for Replying to a Secondary Greeting

French English equivalent Formality
Ça va. I’m good. Neutral
Ça roule. Going well. Informal
Comme-ci, comme ça. It’s going alright. Slightly informal
Pas mal. Not bad. Neutral

How do you address people in French?

The two main forms of address you will need to use are “Monsieur” (Dear Sir) and “Madame” (Dear Madame), used when addressing men and women, respectively. If you know the name of the person, you should use it afterwards (e.g. Monsieur John Doe, Madame Jane Doe, and so forth.)

Is it hi everyone or hi everyone?

Hi, Everyone. or Hi, Everyone! (Use these when you write to a group of friends or colleagues. Begin the message on the same line.) Some writers drop the greeting altogether.

How do you say hi in a group of people?

To be particularly respectful, you can also include the person’s last name, for example: “Good morning, Ms Jones.” If you know someone well, you can also use the first name. When you are greeting a group of people – for example at a meeting – you can also say something such as: Good morning, everyone.

How do the French Socialise?

Social etiquette France A common way of getting to know someone is to have a drink together. But the French are not into bar binges as a way of socializing; instead, guests sip an aperitif or two and call it an evening.