Pleasante French
Pleasante Français

Total speakers 3
Language family Italic
Writing system Latin alphabet

Legal status in Pleasant

According to the Constitution of Pleasant, Pleasante French has been the official language of the Republic since July 2014. Pleasant mandates the use of Pleasante French in official government publications, public education except in specific cases (though these dispositions are often ignored) and legal contracts; advertisements must bear a translation of foreign words.


English Pleasante French
French Français (people) or Français (language)
English Anglais (people) or Anglais (language)
Yes Oui
No Non
Hello! Bonjour ! (formal) or Salut ! (informal)
Good evening! Bonsoir !
Good night! Bonne nuit !
Goodbye! Au revoir !
Have a nice day! Bonne jour !
Please/if you please S’il vous plaît
Thank you Merci
You are welcome De rien
I am sorry Pardon or Désolé
Who? Qui ?
What? Quoi ? (←informal; used as "What?" in English) or Pardon ? (←formal; used the same as "Pardon ?" in English)
When? Quand ?
Where? Où ?
Why? Pourquoi ?
What is your name? Comment vous appelez-vous ?
My name is... Je m'appelle . . .
Which Quel/Quels(pl.)/Quelle(fem.)
Because Car
Because of Car de
Therefore Donc
Maybe Peut-être
How? Comment ?
How much? Combien ?
I do not understand. Je ne comprends pas.
Yes, I understand. Oui, je comprends.
I agree Je suis d’accord. "D’accord" can be used without je suis.
Help! Aide moi !
At what time...? À quelle heure . . . ?
Today Àjour
Can you help me, please? Pouvez-vous m’aider s’il vous plaît ?
Where are the toilets? Où sont les WCs ?
Do you speak English? Parlez-vous (l')anglais ? / Est-ce que vous parlez (l')anglais ?
I do not know. Je non savior.
I know. Je savoir.
I am thirsty. J’ai soif. (literally, "I have thirst")
I am hungry. J’ai faim. (literally, "I have hunger")
How are you? / How are things going? / How is everything? Comment allez-vous ? (formal) or Ça va ? / Comment ça va ? (informal)