A Quick Overview Of Je Vous En Prie
'Je vous en prie' is French for 'you're welcome', and you use it when someone says 'merci' (thank-you) to you. Je vous en prie is the formal form, which means you use it when you do not know someone, or they are older than you. The informal 'you're welcome' is 'je t'en prie' - you use this when speaking to friends.
'Je vous en prie' is an example of liaison in French. The 's' in 'vous' links to the 'en' so that the words run into each other. Normally you do not say the 's' in 'vous' - it happens here because the 'vous' is followed by a vowel.
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