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s'il vous plait what does it mean? how we read it? what is the gramatic? plait?
Mar 16, 2014 12:15 AM
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It is the conjugated form of the verb "plaire" (to please), in the present tense. je plais tu plais il plaît -- written with a caret nous plaisons vous plaisez ils plaisent Literally, "s'il te plaît" means "if this/that pleases you", but it is used in the sense of "thank you".
March 16, 2014
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