You’re stranded in the storm after an evening out. It is 2:00 a.m. Except for one, all of the general stores are closed. Furthermore, they provide umbrellas.
Now will be an outstanding moment to show thanks to your blessed stars by shouting, Dieu merci! That is French for “Thank God!”
- French for “many thanks” – Mille mercis
This expression simply translates as “a thousand thanks.” It is occasionally seen in the social media language-learning culture. A security guard will fix somebody’s French, and the person will respond with a thousand thanks in the comments section.
- French for “Thank you, beautiful” – Merci, ma belle/ma grande
For this one, take caution. You may not want to cross the lines. This term can refer to little children you meet or to someone very dear to you.
Using this term sparingly for strangers; is impolite.
- French for “thank you for all” – Merci pour tout
The teacher instructed you in deciding how to handle the subjunctive. Merci pour tout is an apt gesture of thanks for this form of acknowledgment. If you disagree, so you have not yet mastered the subjunctive.