The French phrase "Le meilleur est à venir" explained

Get prepared to discover everything you want to know about the inspirational French sentence “Le meilleur est à venir”.

More precisely, it includes a full definition of what it is and how to use it in a casual conversation with an audio example. And because we want you to make progress in French, we also added useful informations like dialogue example, slow pronunciation audio, synonyms and more!

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French to English

Audio pronunciation

Slow pronunciation

Normal pronunciation

What does it mean?

Definition

The literal meaning is:

  • Le meilleur → The best
  • Est → Is
  • À venir → To come

These inspirational words are a reminder of being positive about the future and keep an optimistic attitude. You will hear often French people using it when trying to cheer up/boost each other.

How to use it

Imagine you have a friend going through a tough situation and you want to cheer him/her up, you can say: “Ne t’en fais pas, le meilleur est à venir” (Don’t worry, the best is yet to come).

You can also replace “Ne t’en fais pas” by “Soit fort” (Be strong) or “N’y pense pas” (Don’t think about it) and many more options. You can also simply use it alone without anything before.

Fun stuff

There is an interesting French movie called “Le meilleur reste à venir” with a pleasant story and excellent actors!

Synonyms

  • Le meilleur reste à venir. (“The best is yet to come“)
  • Le meilleur est encore à venir. (“The best is yet to come“)
  • Tout ira bien. (“It will be all right“)

Everyday life dialogue example with audio

Audio dialogue by French natives

Dialogue audio

Dialogue transcription

” Elle m’a quitté… “
” She dumped me… “
” Passe à autre chose, le meilleur est à venir. “
” Move on, the best is yet to come. “
” Oui, tu as raison ! “
” Yes, you’re right! “
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