"How are you, my little darling?"
Translation:Comment vas-tu, mon petit chou ?
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I have never understood how something as delicious as a cream-puff and something as revolting as cabbage could be represented by the same word!
And I have never been sure whether "my little cabbage" is an (extremely) common mistranslation or whether the endearment really is used in either sense of the word.
Any ideas on this, Sitesurf?
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Volgav vitsenanieff nivya kevach varatsach.
Check this out https://spkfrnch.wordpress.com/2010/02/11/mon-petit-chou/ I guess you use "mon petit chou" for both genders.