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|French to English translations [PRO]|
|French term or phrase: Monsieur le Ministre|
|What is the correct form of address in a speech?|
Is what you would hear in a BBC interview. Where the French say "Monsieur le Premier Ministre", to give a slightly different example, they would say " Prime Minister, you said in your speech...".
Also, think of the famous TV programme "Yes Minister", in which a minister is being addressed by his chief civil servant.
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