How To Pronounce 'Bonjour'?
How Do You Say 'Bonjour' Audio
Phonetics For Pronouncing 'Bonjour'?
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A Quick Overview Of Bonjour
'Bonjour' means 'good-day' or 'hello'. You use 'bonjour' during the day - in the evening use 'bonsoir'.
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The Best Way To Pronounce It
- The French 'o' in ‘on’ sounds like the ‘o’ sound in ‘on’. The 'n' is nasalised, represented by '~';
- The French 'j' has a softer sound than in English - 'zh', or if you prefer, the’s’ sound in 'treasure';
- The French 'ou' sounds closest to the English 'oo' in 'mood';
- It is not necessary to sound the 'r' here, although American English speakers will probably do it naturally. It may sound forced with a middle UK, South African or Australian accent.