DeuxGazoles wrote:Bon apres-midi
Interersting take on above,
Bon matin - French Mistake
Wrong: Bon matin
In English, "good morning" is a typical greeting. Its literal French translation, "bon matin," is not. If you want to greet someone in the morning, you just say bonjour. The only time you would use bon matin is in the expression de bon matin, which means "bright and early."
Likewise for "good afternoon" - the French simply don't use "bon aprÃƒÂ¨s-midi" as a greeting. If you want to greet someone in the afternoon, you should again say bonjour. However, when you leave you can say bon aprÃƒÂ¨s-midi to wish someone a nice afternoon.
Right I better get off now.
"My lovely car now sold onto a very happy new owner.
I still love this marque and I will still be around, preferred selling to breaking, as a great runner and performer"