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The Happy Linguist

C’est bon

The very first sentence you learn to build in my 3 Minute French course is “c’est bon”, which we learn means, “it’s good”.

Obviously, you can use “c’est bon” to simply mean “it’s good”

“Tu aimes le gâteau?” … “Oui, c’est bon”“Do you like the cake?” … “Yes, it’s good”




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Kieran Ball

Kieran Ball

Teacher and creator of 3 Minute Languages — a series of books and online courses that help you to learn a foreign language quickly and easily

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