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Vocabulaire Unite 2
Cris et Frisson Anglais: screams and shivers
Linformatique Anglais: computer science
Le/La Coupable Anglais: The culprit / guilty person
Boire Anglais: to drink
Commettre Anglais: to commit (You are committed to doing something)
Le courier électronique Anglais:
Le lieu du crime Anglais: Crime Scene
Le trafic de drogue Anglais: drug trafficking
Comprendre Anglais: to understand
Crier Anglais: to scream
Un Cambriolage / Burglary To steal something
Un Clavier / Keyboard Thing you use to type with
Un Compte / Account Where you keep your money
Un Crime / Crime A crime
Désinfecter / to disinfect When you disinfect something
Un/Une Détective – Detective Français English
Un Alibi – alibi Français English
Un Bogue – Computer Bug Francais English
Un Bruit – Noise Français English
Découvrir – To Discover Français English
Mystérieux (euse) mysterious
écrire to write
un mystère mystery
un personnage character
Un Écran Un Écran: A screen. Think of a movie screen or a TV screen.
Un Enlévement Un Enlévement: Kidnapping. Imagine something like this or this
Un Fichier Un Fichier: A file A folder for storing documents like these:
Un film / une émission á suspense Un film ou une émission á suspense: A suspense film or show
Le verbe: Dire Dire: to say or to tell
Une Rançon/ A Ransom Money demanded for the releasing of a captive
La Chair de Poule/ Goosebumps Temporary pimple condition on your skin caused by cold, fear or sudden excitement
La Preuve/ Proof A test of certain evidence to show whether or not something is truthful
Le Suspense/ Suspense A state of uncertainty; you never know what is going to happen.
Mettre/ to put To place something in a particular place or location
Un indice un indice – Clue
Un Logiciel un Logiciel – Computer Software Runs
Un mot de passe Un mot de passe – A Password
Un motif Un Motif – a word Why???
Disparaître Disparaitre – To disappear To : What happened??
Les Empreintes Finger or Foot Print
Une Enquête An Investigation
Une Intrigue A Plot
Une Rançon A Ransom
Offrir To Offer
Un Réseau oA network
Un Salon de Discussion A chat room I room where people can talk.
Un Scène A scene a place where something has occurred. Or just a place.
Un Suspect A suspect a person that is involved in a crime.
Interroger To question somebody To ask somebody a lot of questions about a certain thing or topic. interrogator
Superficiel (le) En anglais: superficial
Sympathique En anglais: Nice
Vaniteux En anglais: vain
Arrêter En anglais: to arrest
Surprendre En anglais: to surprise
Un pirate informatique a data-processing pirate
Un programme a program
Un programmeur / un programmeuse a male programmer a female programmer
Un rapport de police a police report
infecter to infect
Un T é moin/ A Witness Un témoin au stand - dans un auditoire de tribunal - le témoin d'un crime
Un Virus/ A Virus - quelque chose qui infecte votre corps - - quelque chose qui infecte votre ordinateur
Un Vol/ Theft
Un Voleur/ A Theif Un Voleur/ A Thief - un nounne - une mauvaise personne comitiee un crimee
Lire Lire/ To Read - un verbe
Une Souris A mouse
Accuser To accuse
Captivant To attract and hold by charm, beauty, or excellence.
Choquer To shock
Effrayant Causing fright or alarm
Ouvrir To open; not shut or closed.
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