The French sentence "Tout se passera bien" explained

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Translation in English

How to pronounce it?

Slow pronunciation

Normal pronunciation

What does it mean exactly?

Definition

It literally means:

  • Tout → Everything
  • Se passera → Will be/happen
  • Bien→ Good

This is one of the most famous way to say “Everything will be all right” in French, “Tout ira” bien is famous too and has the same meaning.

How to use

This is something that you typically use as an advice or as a friendly reminder. So if you know someone who needs to relax and stop worrying, gently tell him/her: “Tout se passera bien“.

Funny stuff

You can also say: “Ne soit pas inquiet, soit heureux” which is inspired by the legendary song: “Don’t Worry Be Happy” from Bobby McFerrin. An old but gold piece of art that will make you smile for sure. Don’t worry, be happy!

Synonyms

  • Arrête de t’inquiéter. (“Stop worrying“)
  • Relax, tout ira bien. (“Relax, it will be all right“)
  • Tout ira bien. (“It will be all right“)
  • Ça va bien se passer. (“It will be fine“)
  • Ça va le faire. (“It will work out“)
  • Ne te prends pas la tête. (“Don’t lose your mind/head“)
  • Ne soit pas inquiet, soit heureux. (“Don’t worry be happy“)

Everyday life dialogue example

Audio dialogue from French people

Dialogue audio

Dialogue transcription

” Aujourd’hui, je passe un examen “
” Today, I have an exam “
” Tout se passera bien “
” Everything will be fine “
” J’espère “
” I hope so “
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