The French sentence "C'est très important"

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Les avantages d'être poli
The benefits of being polite
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Saviez-vous que les Français sont attentifs aux bonnes manières ?
Did you know that the French pay attention to good manners?
En effet, en français, contrairement à l’anglais, il y a deux façons de s’adresser à quelqu’un.
Indeed, in French, unlike in English, there are two ways to address someone.
Si c’est la première fois que vous voyez une personne ou si vous êtes dans une entreprise…
If this is the first time you see a person or if you are in a company…
… ou tout autre cadre formel : vous devez utiliser ” vous “.
… or any other formal setting: you must use “vous” (formal “you”).
Cependant, il n’y a pas vraiment de règle précise pour savoir quand utiliser ” tu ” au lieu de ” vous “.
However, there is no really precise rule to know when to use “tu” (informal “you”) instead of “vous”.
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