Miss (Susan Bliss): Mademoiselle, Mlle (Susan Bliss)
Miss is a title of respect for an unmarried woman. "Miss" cannot be abbreviated.
Mrs (Sophie Carter): Madame, Mme (Sophie Carter)
Mrs is a title of respect for a married woman. It is pronounced "misses" and precedes either the full name or the last name of a woman: Mrs Sophie Carter, or Mrs Carter.
Ms (Luna DeLune): Madame, Mademoiselle (Luna DeLune)
Ms is a title of respect for a woman, which does not denote her marital status. It is used when a woman does not want to reveal her marital status, or when it is irrelevant.
UK: I don't want people to know if I'm married or not - call me Ms French!
US: My friend Sarah went to church as Miss Trent and left as Mrs Smith.
- "Miss MacDonald, shall we start the tour?"
- "Harold : Well, that's quite alright, Miss MacDonald."
- "And it's "Miss" Bliss, but please call me "Susie"."
- ""Miss Susie" is a little concerned about your frequent visits to her office."
- "Harold : It's been a pleasure, Miss MacDonald."
- "Jean : Hello, Miss Susie."
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