С добрым утром пожелания по французски

Whether you’re jet-setting to Europe or hanging out with a French-speaking friend, it’s handy to have the French word for “good morning” stashed somewhere in your mental phrasebook. We’ve got you covered with plenty of friendly, personalized greetings you can use each morning, along with some physical greetings that are common in French culture. In just a few minutes, you’ll be a pro at greeting anyone and everyone in the language of love.

Things You Should Know

  • Say bonjour if you want to tell someone good morning in French.
  • Greet your friends in the morning with a casual salut.
  • Personalize your greetings with titles like Madame and Monsieur or terms of endearment like mon amour or ma chérie.

Cheat Sheet

  1. Step 1 "Bonjour" (bohn-zhoor) is how you say “good morning” in most French-speaking countries.

    Bonjour is a pretty versatile greeting—it can mean “hello,” “good morning,” or “good day.” You can even use it later in the day to say “good afternoon.”[1]

    • In France, people always say bonjour to greet other people, even if the situation is a little unconventional. For instance, you’d said “bonjour” when entering a crowded elevator.[2]
    • If you’re exiting the conversation, offer a friendly bonne matinée (buhn meh-tee-nay) or bonne journée (buhn-zhoor-nay), which mean “have a good morning” or “have a good day,” respectively.[3]
  2. Step 2 "Bon matin" (bohn-mah-teen) is a popular way to say “good morning” in Canada.

    Bon matin is the literal, word-for-word translation of “good morning” in French. Only use this greeting if you’re in Quebec, as many European French speakers don’t consider bon matin to be a “real” part of the language.[4]

    • The literal translation for “good morning” doesn’t organically exist in French—bonjour is the closest equivalent. Bon matin was created and inspired by the English phrase “good morning” and doesn’t have any roots in the French language.


  3. Step 3 "Salut" (sah-loo) is a casual way to tell your friends “good morning.”

    Treat salut like a more casual form of “hello” (kind of like a “hi” or “hey” in English). It’s a great way to greet your friends in the morning, but it’s a bit too informal to use with strangers.[5]

    • You could use salut to greet a neighborhood friend or a family member, but you wouldn’t use it to greet a random person on the street.[6]
    • Greeting a significant other? Offer a flirtier salut toi (sah-loo twa) instead (this translates to “hello, you”).[7]
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  1. Step 1 Add a formal title if you’re greeting someone you don’t know.

    Think of it like saying “sir” or “ma’am” in English when you’re chatting with a stranger for the first time. Simply include the title after bonjour, like this:

    • Bonjour madame (bohn-zhoor mah-dahm): Good morning, ma’am/Mrs.
    • Bonjour monsieur (bohn-zhoor muh-syuhr): Good morning, sir/Mr.
    • Bonjour mademoiselle (bohn-zhoor mehd-mwah-zell): Good morning, miss.[8]
    • Always use titles to greet someone you have a formal relationship with, like your boss.[9]
      It’s also a good rule of thumb to use titles when greeting people who are significantly older than you.[10]
  2. Step 2 Greet a group of people by saying bonjour à tous (bohn-zhoor ah toos).

    Let’s say you bumped into a bunch of your friends at once. Instead of greeting them all by name, you could just say bonjour à tous, which means “Good morning/Hello everyone.”[11]

    • Unlike most French words, the «s» at the end of «tous» is pronounced, although it isn’t drawn out.
    • Add a caring touch to your greeting by asking Tu as bien dormi? (too ah byeh dol-mi) or Vous avez bien dormi? (voos ah-vay byeh dol-mi)—this just means “Did you sleep well?”[12]
  3. Step 3 Include a term of endearment if you’re greeting a partner or loved one.

    Just say bonjour followed by the sweet nickname of your choice—that’s all there is to it! Here are a few options to choose from:

    • Mon amour (mohn ah-moor): my love
    • Ma chérie (mah sheh-ree): my sweetheart/my darling (to a woman)
    • Mon chéri (mohn sheh-ree): my sweetheart/my darling (to a man)
    • Mon cher (mohn shehr): my sweetheart/my darling (to a man)
    • Ma chère (mah shehr): my sweetheart/my darling (to a woman)
    • Ma belle (mah bell): my beautiful (to a woman; informal)
    • When there’s a masculine and feminine form of the adjective, use the form that matches the gender of the person you’re addressing. If only a masculine form exists (as with «mon amour»), the term is suitable for anyone. If only a feminine form is available (as with «ma belle»), it is only okay to use with women.[13]
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  • What if you bump into someone in the evening rather than in the morning? Wish someone a good evening with bonsoir (bohn-swar), or with bonne soirée (bohn-swaa-ray) if you’re leaving someplace (like a restaurant or office).[14]

  • Feel free to greet your friends and family members with “faire la bise” (cheek kisses) if you’re a young adult.[15]
    If you’re greeting someone older than you or someone in a position of authority, stick with a traditional handshake instead.[16]

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The most common way to say «good morning» in French is «bonjour,» which works well in any social setting. When you’re greeting your close friends in the morning, feel free to switch to «salut,» which is very informal and similar to «hi» or «hey» in English. If you would like to say «good morning» to a married woman, say «bonjour madame.» To say «good morning» to an unmarried woman, you can say «bonjour mademoiselle,» which is like saying «Good morning, miss!» in English. You could also say «bonjour monsieur» to say «Good morning, sir!» If you want to address a crowd, say «bonjour à tous,» meaning «Good morning, everyone!» To learn about other greetings in French, read on!

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Перевод «доброго утра» на французский


bon matin

bonne matinée

Вот как надо желать доброго утра… с объятиями.

Oui, c’est comme ça que vous dites bonjour… avec des calins.

Сначала поцелуй и пожелай мне доброго утра как хороший друг, а потом успокойся.

D’abord, embrasse-moi et souhaites moi le bonjour comme mon vrai ami et calme-toi.

Они улыбались ему и желали доброго утра.

Elle lui sourit, en lui souhaitant bon matin.

Это относится к случаям, когда вы желаете «Доброго утра» и «Спокойной ночи».

Tu mérites un homme qui te dit « bon matin » et « bonne nuit ».

Привет всем и доброго утра.

И вам всем тоже доброго утра.

Пожелания доброго утра любимому или любимой зайке в стихах и прозе

Bonjour vœu au lapin bien-aimé ou adoré dans les vers et la prose

Но прежде, думаю, вам бы хотелось пожелать доброго утра вашему любимому…

Mais avant tout, je suppose que vous voulez dire bonjour à votre préféré…

Смс с пожеланиями доброго утра и приятных снов активируют участок мозга, отвечающий за счастье.

Les messages texte bonjour et bonne nuit activent la partie du cerveau responsable du bonheur.

Каждый день, вставая в школу, я приветствовала ее и желала доброго утра.

Tous les jours en allant en classe, j’allais lui dire bonjour.

То есть, она здоровалась или желала доброго утра.

enfin, elle disait salut ou bonjour.

первым пожелать «доброго утра» или поздороваться

soyez le premier à souhaiter «bonjour» ou à dire bonjour

Кофе — напиток, который для многих является залогом хорошего настроения и доброго утра.

Le café est une boisson qui, pour beaucoup, est une garantie de bonne humeur et de bonjour.

Желаешь мне доброго утра… или ты утверждаешь, что утро хорошее, хочу я того или нет?

Me souhaitez-vous le bonjour, ou affirmez-vous que c’est une bonne journée que je le veuille ou non?

Два года мужчина, известный как Виннипегская Стена, не мог заставить себя пожелать ей доброго утра или поздравить с днем рождения.

Pendant deux ans, l’homme connu comme étant ‘Le Mur de Winnipeg’ n’a pas été capable de lui dire bonjour ou de lui souhaiter son anniversaire.

По данным исследования New Scientist, сотни тысяч пользователей желают чатботу Alexa «доброго утра«, полмиллиона признаются «умной» колонке в любви, а 250 тыс. делают боту предложение.

Mais selon un récent rapport du New Scientist, des centaines de milliers de personnes disent « bonjour » à Alexa tous les jours, un demi-million de personnes ont professé leur amour pour cela, et plus de 250000 ont proposé de se marier.

Доброго утра всем на борту корабля Святого Джона.

Bonjour à l’équipage du Saint Jones.

Доброго утра, дорогие Я к Вам за Вашим мнением!

bonjour, mes respects pour vos opinions.

Доброго утра всем! — 44 комментария

Bonjour tout le monde ! — 4 commentaires

Позволь мне пожелать ей доброго утра.

Laisse-moi lui dire bonjour !

Ничего не найдено для этого значения.

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Перевод «доброе утро» на французский

bonjour, bon matin, bien le bonjour — самые популярные переводы слова «доброе утро» на французский.
Пример переведенного предложения: «Доброе утро», — сказал Том с улыбкой. ↔ « Bonjour », dit Tom avec un sourire.

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  • Salutation dite quand on se rencontre ou quand on se quitte le matin.


    «Доброе утро«, — сказал Том с улыбкой.

    « Bonjour », dit Tom avec un sourire.

  • Да, доброе утро, сержант.

    Ouais, bon matin, le sergent.

  • bien le bonjour

    Salutation dite quand on se rencontre ou quand on se quitte le matin.

    Мэр Хэйс, доброе утро!

    Maire Hayes, bien le bonjour!

    • bonne matinée
    • salutations matinales
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Совпадение слов

Думает, это дело рук одной дамы… Доброе утро, господин мэр.

— Elle pense à une certaine personne… Bonjour, monsieur le maire.

Доброе утро, всем

Bonjour à tous.

Доброе утро, мистер Брэйс, — сказала Пэриш, как только дверь закрылась.

« Bonjour, monsieur Brace », avait-elle dit une fois la porte fermée.

Нана, доброе утро.

Ça fait un bail, hein?

Доброго утра, сир.

Bonjour, Sire.

Доброе утро, красавчик.

Bonjour, mon beau bébé.

Доброе утро, Мэри.

Bonjour, Mary.

Да, доброе утро, сержант

Ouais, bon matin, le sergent

Доброе утро, сэр.


Доброе утро, Делия.

Bonjour, Delia.

Доброе утро вашим милостям! – Потом весело бросил матросам, смотревшим на него разинув рты: – Привет, ребятки!

Puis, aux matelots qui le contemplaient bouche bée: «Bien le bonjour, mes gaillards!

Я вошел в двери «Альфы», оглушительно гаркнув: «Доброе утро, Ода!»

J’entrai chez Alla et criai un assourdissant « Bonjour, Oda !

Доброе утро, тренер.

Bonjour Coach.

Доброе утро, Джим.

Bonjour, Jim.

Доброе утро, мисс Вебстер.

Bonjour, Mlle Webster.

Доброе утро, Джош.

Bonjour, Josh.

Доброе утро, мама.

Bon matin, maman.

Доброе утро, бабушка.

Bonjour, grand-mère.

Доброе утро, м-р Макгилл.

Bonjour, M. McGill.

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С добрым утром, Генри.

J’ai vu que votre avion allait arriver.

С добрым утром, юный принц.

Bonjour, jeune prince.

С добрым утром вашего дня рождения, сеньорита.

II fait beau pour votre anniversaire, Mlle Consuelo.

Сэр, с добрым утром!

Bonjour, noble seigneur.

С добрым утром, лорды.

Bonjour à tous deux.

С добрым утром. С добрым.


— С добрым утром, Дикки-малыш.

Salut, Dicky!

— С добрым утром, Петра.

— Bonjour, Petra.

— С добрым утром, г-н.

— Bonjour, Maître.

С добрым утром, Беата.

Bonjour, Beata.

С добрым утром, Повелитель.

Bonjour, noble seigneur.

С добрым утром, любезные синьоры.

Bonjour, Messieurs!

С добрым утром все, с добрым утром.

C’est l’heure de Rayon de Soleil! C’est l’heure de Rayon de Soleil!

— С добрым утром.

— Bonjour.

— С добрым утром. Король проснулся?

— Le Roi est-il éveillé, noble baron?

— С добрым утром.


С добрым утром, мой друг.

Bonjour, mon ami.

С добрым утром, народ. Стадион WDLU, Мэдисон, штат Виконсин, утренние новости.

C’est parti, vous écoutez WDLU, à Madison, dans le Wisconsin, et voici le flash d’info de 6 h.

Думаю, это значит, «С добрым утром, Вьетнам».

Il doit vouloir dire :

— С добрым утром, Глен.

— Salut, Glen.

С добрым утром, мастера!

Bonjour, maîtres.

— С добрым утром, Мистер Мибблер!

— Bonjour, M. Mibbler.

Я coбиpaюcь завapить ceбe чaшeчкy «С добрым утром, Америка».

Je vais me préparer une tasse de «Bonjour, l’Amérique».

— И тебя с добрым утром, Реджи.

Bonjour à vous aussi.

С добрым утром, дитя.

Bonjour, mon enfant.

Ромео, с добрым утром.

Le jour est-il encore si jeune? Il est à peine levé cousin.

С добрым утром, Ромео.

Mon jeune fils, c’est le propre d’un esprit chagrin de quitter son lit si tot.

Эй, с добрым утром.


«С добрым утром, Принцесса.»

«Bonjour, princesse.»

С добрым утром, Принцесса!

Bonjour, princesse.

— С добрым утром, Англия.

Bonjour l’anglais!

С добрым утром!

— Bonjour!

С добрым утром.

— Bonjour. — Bonjour.

С добрым утром, Спенсер.

— Bonjour, Spencer.

С добрым утром, Труман!

Bonjour, Truman.

» А, с добрым утром, брат. Еще лишь утро?

Le jour est-il si jeune?

Всех с добрым утром.

Une bonne journée à tous.

С добрым утром, мистер М.

Bonjour, Monsieur M.

— С добрым утром, Сюзанна.

— Bonjour, Susanna.

Скажи себе «С добрым утром»

Tous les matins dis-toi «Bonjour» à toi-même.

С добрым утром! — С добрым утром.

Bonjour, bonjour!

— С добрым утром, сестра!


С добрым утром.

Bonjour, cousin!

С добрым утром, Абдул!

Bonjour Abdoul!

Эдди, заходи! С добрым утром! Пошли, ребята, нам пора!

Ca m’étonnerait.

Привет, с добрым утром.


С добрым утром.

— Bonjour, Truman.

С добрым утром, милорд.

Bonjour, mon seigneur.

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Who hasn’t dreamed of having breakfast in an adorable French cafe, dipping a croissant into a delicious coffee, and chatting with a new friend over pastries? Only—quelle horreur!—when you go to greet your friend, you suddenly can’t remember how to say “good morning” in French.

In this article, we’ll cover not only how to say “good morning” in French, but how to address the greeting to different people, and even how to say goodbye.

body_bonjourIt’s that easy!

If you know anything in French or you’ve ever watched Beauty and the Beast, you probably know how to say hello: “Bonjour!” Well, good news—”Bonjour” is also the standard French way to say “good morning”

In French, bonjour is pronounced bon-zhoor. The French ‘j’ sound, as it’s heard in bonjour, is a bit like sh in English crossed with the dg sound in “judge.” It’s not the expected “j” sound we have in English, so be sure you really listen to how it’s said before you accidentally greet somebody by saying, “Bone Jurr.”

Literally translated, “bonjour” means “good day.” “Bon” is the French word for “good,” and “jour” is the French word for day. Generally, French people use bonjour as a greeting up until about six PM, at which point they switch to another greeting, covered below.

However, though we might say “good day” to greet or say goodbye to people, it’s purely a greeting in French. We’ll cover the goodbye version below!

There is another method of saying good morning in french: “bon matin,” pronounced bon mah-teen. However, though this is a literal translation of “good morning,” it is not typically used in France. It’s an Anglicization, or Anglicisme, that works as a literal translation but that isn’t commonly heard. However, bon matin may be heard more frequently in Québécois French, the variety of French spoken in Canada.

Generally speaking, bonjour is the standard method of saying “good morning.” But depending on where in the world you are, you may also be able to say bon matin!

Interestingly, you generally want to say bonjour to someone once per day. The next time you see them, you should use a more informal greeting!

body_coffee-9Ahh, bonjour, mon ami. 

Personalizing “Bonjour”

But maybe you have a specific person you want to say “good morning” to, or you want to get a little fancier. Bonjour is a simple greeting that can be adapted to a lot of different situations!

If you want to be polite and you’re speaking to someone whose name you don’t know, you can greet them with “bonjour” and a title. French is a language with gendered nouns, so there are different forms of address for people depending on their gender:

  • Madame is used to refer to married women, just as “Mrs.” would be used in English. It’s pronounced mah-dahm.
  • Mademoiselle is used to refer to unmarried women, just like “Ms.” in English. It’s pronounced mah-dehm-wah-zell.
  • Monsieur is used for men, just like “Mr.” in English, and is pronounced something like meuh-syeuh, with both syllables rhyming with “the.” These vowel sounds can be quite tricky for non-native French speakers to master, so spend some time listening to native French speakers saying it and imitate them.

All of those words can be added to the word bonjour for a proper “good morning” greeting in French—”Bonjour Madame/Mademoiselle/Monsieur.” If you’re greeting a small group of people, you can greet them all by name: “Bonjour Isabelle! Bonjour Delphine! Bonjour Étienne!”

But if you want to greet an audience, you probably can’t greet them all by name. In that case, you’d add the phrase à tous to bonjour, changing it from an individual “hello” to “hello everyone!” Literally translated, à tous means “to all.” It’s pronounced ah toos.

But you can get even fancier, if you so desire. Because bonjour is such a flexible greeting, you can add all kinds of additions to it to make it more specific, such as:




Mon amour

My love

Mohn ah-moor

Ma chérie

My sweetheart/darling (to a woman)

Mah shey-ree

Mon chér

My sweetheart/darling (to a man)

Mohn sher

Ma belle

My beautiful (to a woman)

Mah bell

Mon beau

My handsome (to a man)

Mohn boh

body_towerBonsoir, Paris

How to Say Goodbye and Good Night in French

Parting is such sweet sorrow—in French, you need a goodbye to match.

“Au revoir,” pronounced oh rev-wahr, is the typical French goodbye. Literally translated, it means something close to, “Until I see you again.” You can say this any time of day in any kind of situation, formal or informal.

Saying goodbye in the evening gets a little trickier. The literal French version of good evening, “bonsoir” is used as a greeting after about six PM. You don’t generally use bonsoir as somebody is leaving unless the situation is formal—instead, you’re more likely to say “bonne soirée,” bohn swah-ray, which is the same phrase with feminine endings, when you’re wishing somebody a good evening as they or you are leaving.

You also wouldn’t say “bonne nuit,” literally translating as “good night” and pronounced bohn nweet, unless the person is literally going to bed.

In general, “au revoir” is a good all-purpose goodbye unless you’re looking for something more specific. In that case, one of these other goodbyes may suffice—just be certain you match the correct one to the situation, especially because regional differences may make one or the other more acceptable. Watch and listen to what other people do and follow their lead!

What’s Next?

Want to become a polyglot who excels in morning greetings? Check out this article on how to say good morning in Japanese!

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