1) “Mon ami” is just a cliché Mon ami (or mon amie in the feminine) means “my friend.” Using “Mon ami” alone as “Hello my friend” will make you sound like you only know French clichés – and you deserve better!
Why is it mon Amie and not Ma Amie?
My friend is mon amie and not ma amie, even though amie is female. This is because the French dislike having a word end with a vowel and the next one begin with a vowel. This overrides the usual gender system.
Whats the difference between ami and Amie in French?
Ami is masculine and amie is feminine. They are pronounced exactly the same.
What does mon ami mean in Belgium?
my friend Mon ami (or mon amie in the feminine) means “my friend.”