Ca va super ?
When a French person says “no”, she often means “yes”. Ouch.
A false “non” is a polite habit. We honour our guest or our friend or a stranger by saying “I can do it myself” but help is of course always welcome. Or we would actually LOVE to say yes but politeness urges us to say “non”.
How to spot a polite “non” that means yes?
Click to watch “What “non” really means”:
Et toi alors ?
Have you ever encountered a polite “non” that meant “oui”?
When did you notice it?
Tell me in the comments how it went. Share your story so we can discuss in the comment area below the video.
If so, did it cause you trouble? How did you identify it?
We can all discuss and share good stories in the comment area below the video.
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