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thank you for picking me up

Discussion in 'French-English Vocabulary / Vocabulaire Français-Anglais' started by hydda22, Jun 4, 2009.

  1. hydda22 Junior Member

    Michigan
    english
    how would i say this? (if i was thanking someone for picking me up from the airport)

    merci de m'avoir passé de prendre? or merci d'avoir me passé de prendre?
    i know one of the words has to be in the past tense but i can't figure out which one. it is bugging me!

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    Last edited: Feb 5, 2010
  2. pip-pip Junior Member

    Normandie, France
    French - France
    You'd say "merci d'être venu(e) me chercher" or "merci d'être passé(e) me prendre".
     
  3. hydda22 Junior Member

    Michigan
    english
    ahh thanks so much. it seems my french skills are disappearing and i only have 80 days until i go to france to study :( i need to pick it up!
     
  4. elypea New Member

    English
    How would one say 'Thank you for picking me up' in french. For example if somebody was picking you up from the train station.
    Would you say 'merci de passer me prendre'?

    Thanks!
     
  5. SwissPete

    SwissPete Senior Member

    94044 USA
    Français (CH), AE (California)
    :) Welcome to the forum, elypea.

    Yes, your suggestion is good. You could also say « Merci d'être venu me chercher ».
     
  6. Trance?mmm...later

    Trance?mmm...later Senior Member

    French
    oui, ça marche, ou merci de venir me chercher/ d'être venu(e)me chercher...
     
  7. elypea New Member

    English
    Thank you!!! :D
     

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