Mon ami (or mon amie in the feminine) means “my friend”. If there’s a French character in an American film, he basically has to say it at some point. Like in this scene from Beauty and the Beast. It’s kind of like saying Bonjour with a really thick accent.
What can I say instead of Mon Ami?
2) Copain/copine â another French for friend In general, the word âcopainâ is slightly less formal than âamiâ. Thus, “un bon copain” could translate to “a good friend” or “a good friend”. Read also : Cam Newton de los Patriots responde a K’Von Wallace de los Eagles con una charla basura de “porrista”.
What do French people call their friends?
Ami(e) simply means “friend” in French. Add an âeâ and it becomes the female âamieâ, add an âsâ to both forms and it becomes the plural âamiâ for male friends or âamiesâ for female friends. See the article : Cheerleading business looking for new building | Daily Sentinel. It is used to describe a close friend. Sometimes you will hear the terms “petit ami” or “petite amie”.