How do you say "let the good times roll" in Cajun?


"Laissez les bons temps rouler" means "let the good times roll" in Cajun French. It is pronounced le-say lay bohn tomps roo-lay. Other grammatically correct versions have slightly different spellings, but each is a word-for-word translation.

Cajun French, or Louisiana regional French, derives from the French settlers inhabiting the Mississippi Delta and marrying Cajun settlers. Mardi Gras celebrations are rampant with the phrase "let the good times roll." Cajun French differs in grammatical structure from formal French. In France, the response to the phrase "laissez les bons temps rouler" might be "cela ne se dit pas," which means "that's not said here."

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Cajun is French, with a few words thrown in. French "laissez le bon
The literal translation of the English phrase "let the good times roll" in Cajun is "laissez les bon temps rouler" Louisiana is the only state with a large population
In French: Laissez les bons temps rouler. (Pronounced:Lay say lay bohn tohn roo lay)
"Laissez les bon temps rouler" is Cajun for "Let the good times roll, which is very close in meaning.
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