Show Ignored Content. They just say Capitaine, Lieutenant, Colonel, Etc.
Hakro , Dec 12, 2005. I'm not even sure we'd use his grade like "M.
Pre-Revolution, this seems to have been the word 'Sieur' which looks as if it translates roughly to the English 'my lord' but I don't think this is ever used now. For civils, if they have any special title, you can call them with it Like doctor, professeur etc. Sounds odd to me. At least I think, don't know what will come of it now there is no more military service ;o.
Does anybody know how it is in French For the military? Dictionary and thread title search: Forgot your password?
A guy should say "Mon general" suggesting the guy acnowledges the hierarchy and a girl should say Monsieur le general. Previous Thread Next Thread.
Hakro , Dec 10, 2005. Your name or email address: Indiana English, USA. France France, French. Danse Macabre , Dec 12, 2005. Patapan , Mar 27, 2007.
More formal French requires a longer title. For the French military people I can't speak for other francophone countries, obviously: