Première classe A1 Breakthrough

Culture(s): Greeting someone

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There is a man and a woman. They kiss each other’s cheeks.
First dialogue
There is a man and a woman. They shake hands.
Second dialogue
There are two men, and they shake hands. They say "Bonjour." They say "vous" to each other.
Third dialogue
There are two men, and they shake hands. They say "Salut." They say "tu" to each other.
Fourth dialogue
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Conception: Aphrodite Maravelaki, Université catholique de Louvain
Published on 02/09/2013 - Modified on 25/10/2019
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Premier dialogue
L'homme
Comment ça va ?
La femme
Ça va.

Deuxième dialogue
L'homme
Bonjour Marie, comment ça va ?
La femme
Ça va bien.
L'homme
Bien ?

Troisième dialogue
Le premier homme
Bonjour André.
Le deuxième homme
Bonjour.
Le premier homme
Comment allez-vous ?
Le deuxième homme
Bien, bien.

Quatrième dialogue
Le premier homme
Salut Lorant, comment vas-tu ?
Le deuxième homme
Ça va, impeccable. Très bien.
First dialogueThe manHow’s it going?The womanAlright.Second dialogueThe manHello Marie, how’s it going?The womanFine.The manFine?Third dialogueThe first manHello André.The second manHello.The first manHow are you doing?The second manJust fine.Fourth dialogueThe first manHello Lorant, how are you?The second manJust fine, perfect. Everything’s going very well.

Culture(s) / Greeting someone

And how do people greet each other in your country? Do people shake hands, or do they just nod their heads? Do you say hello the same way to those close to you as you would to those you don’t know so well? In France, Belgium and Switzerland, people shake hands to greet those they don’t know. Among young people or students, people introduce themselves simply by saying their surnames, along with a small wave of the hand, or a kiss on the cheek. When people know each other or are friends, they kiss on the cheek (the kiss on the cheek is usually at least two, one on each cheek, and is the equivalent of a hug between friends). Generally, men shake each other’s hands, but seeing two men kiss on the cheek is not unheard of either. On the other hand, a man and a woman, or two women who know each other will kiss on the cheek. Adults say "tu" to children and kiss them on the cheek, even if they have just met for the first time. To greet people, you say "Bonjour". Among young people and students, "Salut" is used more frequently.

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