What does "Très bien. Passez un bon séjour en France alors." mean in French?
In French, "Très bien. Passez un bon séjour en France alors." means:
Very well. Have a good stay in France then.
Listen to "Très bien. Passez un bon séjour en France alors.": (If you have an HTML5 enabled browser, you can listen to the native audio below)
This is a phrase that is used in the GamesForLanguage French Language Game in the following scenes:
- French 1, Level 1, Scene 4
- French 1, Level 1, Scene 3
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