What's the different between "matinée" and "matin" then?
I have the same question!
Could this also mean Good morning, my expensive boy ?
I think that would be, "Bonjour, mon garçon cher." The word "cher" here, seems to have been used in a figurative sense.
Please do correct me if I'm wrong.
Why is "bon matin" not correct?
Looks like bon matin doesn't exist in French as a greeting, so one has to use bonjour. I made the same mistake
does cher not have an accent
Only in the feminine form.
northernguy: Thanks for answering my question
There are a number of words that take on an accent in the feminine form.
You just have to add them to the many things you have to remember in French.
Bonjour is hello or literally, good day. Since they specified "good morning", I did not think "bonjour" would work, and got it wrong.
What is the difference between 'ma' and 'mon'?