"Good, thank you."
Probably because it is a response to "Comment ça va?" "Ça va bien, merci." abbreviated to just "Bien, merci".
How are we supposed to know, out of context, that good is not bon but bien? How's your tea? Good, thank you. Bon, merci. How are you? Well, thank you. (UK) Good, thank you (US). Bien, merci.
There is no context here and so "bon, merci" should be just as valid as "bien, merci."
Isn't "bien" well, as in "I'm doing well", and "bon" good, as in "I'm doing good"?
Not the same
Same as In spanish, Bon=bueno bien=bien. La diferencia principal es que "bueno" es adjetivo y "bien" es adverbio. Bueno is an adjetive and bien is an adverb.
The statement one assumes is the answer to "how are you?' If so it is grammatically wrong to answer with the adjective "good" but with "well" the grammatically correct adverb. So the French answer "Bien," merci (Well thank you) is fine, however "Good" the first word should be substituted with "Well". Thanks DUOLINGO.
It doesn't: "bien" means "well" (adverb modifying a verb); "bon" means "good" (adjective modifying a noun). Many people incorrectly use "good" in place of "well" when answering the question "how are you?" or its variants in which verb = to be or to go.
N.B. We NEVER say "she sings good", "he speaks English good" or "the car goes good" - we use "well" (adverb).
I chose "d'accord, merci" but that was rejected. But "d'accord" means "good" too, n'est-ce-pas?
Así que cuando te preguntan" cómo estás? Respondes : De acuerdo.
So when someone ask you " how are you ? You say
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