What is YES in old French?

Borrowed from French oui (“yes”).

What does Oui Oui mean?

yes, yes
oui, oui. ‘yes, yes, ‘ he babbled.

How do you say yes in Quebec?

Ouais is the “yeah” to oui’s “yes”. In other words, ouais means exactly the same thing as oui, but it’s much more informal.

Why do French say si?

Remember: si is used when stressing the opposite of what the other person is saying, if their comment or question is negative. If they were making a positive statement and you wanted to contradict them, use non instead. One word of warning. Si also means ‘if’ in French.

Why do French people say oui?

“Oui” is probably the most common way to translate yes in French, and among the first French words you learned alongside no, hello, goodbye, thank you… But there are many ways of saying yes in French: let’s start with the obvious “oui” and then explore the various ways to nuance yes in French.

What’s the meaning of Oui Mademoiselle?

Oui. yes right. mademoiselle. miss Mademoiselle.

How do you say aww in French?

Translation of “Aww” in French. Aww, of course you are. Aww… mais oui tu l’es.

What is the French word for ” Yes “?

Oui is the basic, standard French word for “yes”: Oui, j’aime les fraises. Yes, I like strawberries. – Veux-tu m’épouser ? – Oui ! – Will you marry me? – Yes! It’s also the best translation of “I do”:

What kind of church is Sainte Chapelle in France?

Sainte-Chapelle Type Parish church Style French Gothic Groundbreaking 1242 ( 1242) Completed 1248 ( 1248)

Which is the equivalent of Yep in French?

“Ouais” is the equivalent of yep. We use it all the time. I’ve heard French teachers say it was vulgar. Well, maybe fifty years ago. But not anymore. I mean, it’s definitely casual French, just like you wouldn’t say yep in English in every situation… A variation of “ouais” is “mouais” to show that you are not too crazy about something.

How to say yes in French with Oui and Ouais?

Saying Yes in French With Oui, Ouais, Mouais, and Si Yes, I do. Yes, I am. Yes, I can…Just “oui” in French Ouais: the informal French yes Mouais: showing little enthusiasm Mouais: showing doubt Si: but yes I do (although you said I didn’t) Mais oui