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French Parts Of The Day

French Parts Of The Day

What are the times of the day in French?

In French, the parts of the day are: l’aube (dawn), le matin (the morning), l’après-midi (the afternoon), le crépuscule (dusk), le soir (the evening). This page provides a complete list of the various times of the day in French.

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Phrases & Vocabulary

  • The day le jour
  • The wedding day Le jour du mariage
  • the day, duration of time la journée
  • I work all day. Je travaille toute la journée
  • morning le matin
  • I left this morning. Je suis parti ce matin.
  • Morning, duration of time la matinée
  • I sleep all morning. Je dors toute la matinée.
  • At noon À midi
  • Noon midi
  • Afternoon l’après-midi
  • The evening le soir
  • Evening, duration of time la soirée
  • There’s meeting this evening. Il y a une réunion ce soir.
  • I danced all evening. J’ai dansé toute la soirée.
  • Night nuit
  • Midnight minuit
  • Today aujourd’hui
  • Today is Monday. Aujourd’hui c’est Lundi.
  • Yesterday hier
  • Yesterday was Sunday. Hier, c’était Dimanche.
  • Yesterday/last night hier soir
  • Tomorrow demain
  • Tomorrow is Tuesday. Demain c’est Mardi.
  • Tomorrow morning demain matin
  • Everyday tous les jours
  • Every morning tous les matins

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