Is there a more concise way to say "En anglais, s'il vous plaît?" or "En anglais, s'il te plaît?" I guess the primary question is, is there any more concise phrase or slang for "s'il vous plaît" or "s'il te plaît"?
I am an English speaker who studied French in high school many years ago, but I have not practiced regularly. I occasionally travel to Montreal for vacation. Although nearly everyone there knows English, I prefer to respond in French if the other person initiated it.