Text Abbreviations

June 11, 2012 § Leave a comment

This was literally copied and pasted from Collins French Dictionary – Collinsdictionary.com

To help you get the hang of texting in French, here are some useful abbreviations:

bjr = bonjour (hello)

bsr = bonsoir (goodnight)

auj = aujourd’hui (today)

ir = hier (yesterday)

bi1to = bientôt (soon)

tds = tout de suite (right away)

vazi = vas-y (go ahead)

DQP = dès que possible (as soon as possible)

tjs = toujours (always)

@+ = à plus tard (see you later)

@2m1 = à demain (see you tomorrow)

a tt = à tout à l’heure (see you soon)

kan = quand (when)

ALP = à la prochaine (until next time)

JMS = jamais (never)

slt = salut (hi, bye)

biz = bisous (kisses)

M = merci (thanks)

2 ri 1 = de rien (You’re welcome)

STP/SVP = s’il te/vous plait (please)

pk = pourquoi (why)

ki = qui (who)

p-ê = peut-être (maybe)

d’ac, dak = d’accord (agreed)

cb1 = c’est bien (good)

XLent = excellent

ama = à mon avis (in my opinion)

BCP = beaucoup (a lot)

NRV = énervé (worried, nervous)

HT = acheter (buy)

TLM = tout le monde (everyone)

ENTK = en tout cas (in any case)

EDR = écroulé de rire (laughing out loud)

GspR b1 = J’espère bien (I hope so)

Chui = Je suis (I am) Je c = Je sais (I know)

C1Blag = C’est une blague (It’s a joke)

TOQP = T’es occupé ? (Are you busy?)

QDN, Koi29 = Quoi de neuf? (What’s new?)

Tata KS = T’as ta caisse ? (You have your car?)

C pa 5pa = C’est pas sympa (That’s not nice)

G1id2kdo = J’ai une idée de cadeau (I have a great idea)

CPG (C’est pas grave)

GHT2V G (J’ai) HT (acheté) 2 (du) V (vin)

FDS fin de semaine

b1sur (bien sûr)

NSP (ne sais pas)

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