Mastering Greetings and Introductions: French Dialogue Practice

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In this article, I am going to explain the French Greetings and Introductions in an attractive way!

The most effective method to acquire a new language is through conversation. Give this dialogue a try with a friend, and you might want to record your conversation for accent improvement.

Note: Pay attention to how the adjective endings change based on the gender of the speaker.

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    • Pat: Bonjour. (Hello.)
    • Dominique: Bonjour. (Hello.)
    • Pat: Comment ça va ? (How’s it going?)
    • Dominique: Ça va très bien, merci. Et vous ? (It’s going very well, thank you. And you?)
    • Pat: Ça va, merci. Comment vous appelez-vous ? (Yes, it’s going okay, thank you. What’s your name?)
    • Dominique: Je m’appelle Dominique. (My name is Dominique.)
    • Pat: Enchanté(e), Dominique. (Nice to meet you, Dominique.)
    • Dominique: Enchanté(e), Pat. (Nice to meet you, Pat.)
    • Pat: Et vous venez d’où, Dominique ? (And where are you from, Dominique?)
    • Dominique: Je viens de France. Je suis français(e). (I am from France. I am French.)
    • Pat: Ah, vous êtes français(e). Je viens des États-Unis. Je suis américain(e). (Oh, you’re French. I am from the United States. I am American.)
    • Dominique: Ah, vous êtes américain(e). Vous venez d’où exactement ? (Oh, you’re American. Where are you from exactly?)
    • Pat: Je viens de Boston. Je suis étudiant(e). (I’m from Boston. I am a student.)
    • Dominique: Ah, vous êtes étudiant(e). Moi, je suis professeur, professeur d’anglais. (Oh, you’re a student. Me, I’m a teacher, an English teacher.)
    • Pat: Ah, vous êtes professeur d’anglais ? Vous parlez anglais ? (Oh, you’re an English teacher? You speak English?)
    • Dominique: Oui. Et vous parlez français ? (Yes. And you speak French?)
    • Pat: Oui. Un petit peu. (Yes. A little bit.)
    • Dominique: OK. Je vais chez moi maintenant. (Okay. I am going home now.)
    • Pat: OK. Moi aussi. Au revoir. Bonne journée. (Okay. Me too. Goodbye. Have a nice day.)
    • Dominique: Au revoir. Bonne journée. (Goodbye. Have a nice day.)


    Mastering greetings and introductions in French is an essential step in language learning. Practice and repetition of dialogues like this one help build confidence and proficiency in conversational French.

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