- French (Wiktionary)
“And isn’t credible that Marie’s guest would say this face-to-face, even as a bastardized “Hello,” when the correct bonjour is universally known.”
“Rogatchov had received no education whatever; his French consisted of the one word bonjour, and he secretly considered even that word improper.”
“Meantime, thanks for saying "bonjour" to Marie-Françoise in the comments box.”
“I hope you enjoyed this "behind the (chaotic) scenes" note -- it's been a good excuse to sneek in to this comments box to say "bonjour" to anyone reading!”
“On the way back to the car, I passed the wise woman, who was still reading on her porch, and nodded "bonjour".”
“My friend and interpreter Alain Charles, who tonight I cannot find and it's taking me enormous restraint to not cry, took notice and would often laugh whenever I said "bonjour" with an almost exaggerated smile.”
“I don't exaggerate when I tell you I said "bonjour" to almost everyone I made eye contact with.”
“Sometimes they'd smile a massive smile and say "bonjour" back.”
“I hope you enjoyed this "behind the chaotic scenes" note -- it's been a good excuse to sneek in to this comments box to say "bonjour" to anyone reading!”
“Hélas, * I am too chicken -- or 'poule mouillée'* -- to stop and say anything beyond' bonjour '.”
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