à un de ces 4 – Mot du Jour
à un de ces 4 – Mot du jour
see you later – French expression
What does ” à un de ces 4 ” mean? How do you say ‘ see you later ’ in French? How is it pronounced? How is it used in a French sentence? Download the audio file and print this worksheet. Learn French and listen to me, a French native, say it at FrenchHour.com. Listen to Anne, a French native say it at FrenchHour.com.
à un de ces 4 – to one of these (demonstrative adjective) 4 – Of course, that doesn’t mean anything. The full version of this expression is à un de ces 4 matins – to one of these 4 mornings.In everyday French, à un de ces 4 means ‘see you soon’, ‘see you later’, ‘see you’. Not sure where the ‘mornings’ came from. The number 4 – quatre – is often pronounced [kat].
And to give you the whole spielOf course, you also have the shorter version: un de ces 4, and that means ‘sometimes later’.
- « Salut, à un de ces quatre. »
- “Bye, see you later “
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