Asked • 03/16/19

What's the correct verb to use to describe the phenomenon of going from calling someone 'vous' to calling someone 'tu'?

The kind of verb that can only exist in language such as French with different ways of referring to people in the second person, what is the verb (or verbs) that describe the phenomenon of switching to a 'more intimate' mode of address? I'm sure I've seen a phrase in the past that basically meant "let's start calling each other 'tu'", but there was a single verb for the second part of the sentence, such that if the verb was *xxx*, the sentence would read "let's xxx". What could that verb have been?

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Sylvie B. answered • 03/16/19

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