Giving Thanks in French – Today’s French

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Merci pour la chambre avec vue 

Merci – Merci DE – Merci POUR – Remercier — These are all many ways of ‘giving thanks’ in French. There are also many verbs that are conjugated like REMERCIER is.

Vocabulaire – French ways of saying ‘thanks’

Merci, merci de, merci pour : comment ça marche ?

  1. Dieu merci ! …. Thank God!
  2. dire merci à quelqu’un …. to thank someone
  3. merci beaucoup  …. thank you a lot
  4. merci bien (with a negative connotation) …. no thanks
  5. merci DE + infinitif …. thank you FOR + Infinitive
  6. merci DE + verbe, (+ nom), POUR + nom …. thank you FOR + verb, + noun
  7. non merci, sans façons …. no thank you, no way
  8. remercier DE + infinitif …. to thank FOR + infinitive
  9. remercier DE + verbe, (+ nom), POUR + nom …. to thank FOR + verb, + noun
  10. un remerciement …. a thank you

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Grammaire

MERCI – REMERCIER and their prepositions

The rule of thumb: if followed by a verb, use DE as a preposition.

  1. Je vous remercie DE votre accueil. …. Thank for your welcome.
  2. Je vous remercie POUR votre accueil. …. Thank for your welcome.
  3. Je vous remercie DE m’AVOIR accueillie. …. Thank for your having welcomed me.
  4. Merci DE votre accueil. …. Thank for your welcome.
  5. Merci POUR votre accueil. …. Thank for your welcome.
  6. MERCI DE m’AVOIR accueillie. …. Thank for your having welcomed me.

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10 verbes qui se conjugent comme REMERCIER

Memorize them to enrich your vocabulary.

Apprenez-les pour enrichir votre vocabulaire.

  1. apprécier  …. to like, to appreciate
  2. confier …. to entrust
  3. copier …. to copy
  4. envier  …. to envy
  5. étudier  …. to study
  6. oublier …. to forget
  7. parier …. to bet
  8. remercier …. to thank
  9. se marier à, avec …. to marry
  10. vérifier …. to check

Practice

Conjugate verbs like REMERCIER

Translate from one language to the next. French to English is easier than English to French.

  1. Elle ne l’a pas encore remercié.
  2. J’étudierai le français avec Anne.
  3. Je ne vous ai pas remercié de votre accueil.
  4. Merci à eux d’avoir préparé le déjeuner.
  5. On ne l’appréciera jamais assez.
  1. She did not thank him/her yet.
  2. I will study French with Anne.
  3. I didn’t thank you for your welcome.
  4. Thank them (thank you to them) for having fixed lunch.
  5. We’ll (on) never appreciate it enough.

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This Post Has One Comment

  1. Salui!
    I really loved the Thanksgiving lessons posted by French Hour! Merci beaucoup! I liked the other lessons too. I find your lessons very helpful.

    Nilmani

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