Question: Is it mon Cheri or ma cherie?

The expression mon chéri comes from French. Chéri is from a French verb form for “cherished” and mon is the male personal pronoun “my.” So, your chéri is someone you prize and treasure. The female equivalent is ma chérie.

Do you say mon Cherie or ma cherie?

Ma chérie and mon chéri both refer to “my darling,” the endearing term I am sharing with you here. The difference is that one is feminine (ma chérie, which is said to a female) and the other is masculine (mon chéri, which is said to a male).

Does Mon Cheri mean?

my darling The phrase mon chéri is French for my darling.

Is it Cher or Chere?

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How do you address a letter to a female in French?

Men of all ages, married or single, are addressed as monsieur. Married women are addressed as madame, as are older women. Young and unmarried women are addressed as mademoiselle.

How do you say all my best wishes in French?

Meilleurs Voeux ! Best wishes! Joyeux Noël et Bonne Année !

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