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1 Vocabulaire du Chapitre 1 Français I

2 Vocabulaire 1.1 Vocabulaire 1.2 Vocabulaire 1.3 2

3 Première étape Main Menu 3

4 Bonjour ! Hello! 4

5 Salut ! Hi! Goodbye! informal 5

6 Au revoir ! Goodbye! 6

7 À tout à l’heure ! See you later! as in later today 7

8 À plus (tard) ! See you later! in a more general sense If you take the short cut, pronounce the s. Otherwise don’t pronounce the s. 8

9 À bientôt. See you soon. 9

10 À demain. See you tomorrow. 10

11 Tchao ! Bye! 11

12 madame (Mme) ma’am (Mrs.) 12

13 mademoiselle (Mlle) miss (Miss) 13

14 monsieur (M.) Sir Mr. Note the period in the French abbreviation. 14

15 (Comment) ça va ? How’s it going? 15

16 Ça va. Fine. 16

17 Super ! Great! 17

18 Très bien. Very well. 18

19 Comme ci comme ça. So-so. 19

20 Bof ! (expression of indifference) 20

21 Pas mal. Not bad. 21

22 Pas terrible. Not so great. Be careful! This expression does NOT mean ‘‘Not terrible.’’ 22

23 Et toi ? And you? Use this expression to keep a conversation going with someone you call by his / her first name. 23

24 Et vous ? And you? used with a person with whom you use his/her last name (to show respect) 24

25 Comment allez-vous ? How are you? used with a person with whom you use his/her last name (to show respect) 25

26 Tu t’appelles comment ? What’s your name? Literally: You call yourself how? 26

27 Je m’appelle… My name is.... Literally: I call myself

28 Il s’appelle comment ? What’s his name? 28

29 Elle s’appelle comment ? What’s her name? 29

30 Il s’appelle… His name is

31 Elle s’appelle… Her name is

32 Tu as quel âge ? How old are you? Literally: You have which age? 32

33 J’ai... ans. I am... years old. Literally: I have... years. 33

34 #s 0-20 Review these numbers and their spelling from Chapitre Préliminaire. 34

35 Deuxième étape Main Menu 35

36 J’aime (bien)… I (really) like 36

37 Je n’aime pas… I don’t like … 37

38 J’aime mieux… I prefer.... Literally: I like better

39 Je préfère… I prefer … 39

40 J’adore… I adore … 40

41 Tu aimes… ? Do you like …? 41

42 les amis (m.) friends l‘ami = friend 42

43 l’anglais (m.) English Note: all languages are masculine in French 43

44 Check out these languages! le latin l’espagnol le japonais le chinois le portuguais l’allemand 44

45 le chocolat chocolate 45

46 le cinéma the movies Notice that the word in French is singular, while our word is plural. 46

47 les escargots (m.) snails l’escargot = snail 47

48 les examens (m.) tests l’examen = test 48

49 le football soccer le football américain = (American) football 49

50 le français French (as in the language) la France = France 50

51 les frites (f.) French fries la frite = French fry 51

52 la glace ice cream mirror ice 52

53 les hamburgers (m.) hamburgers 53

54 les magasins (m.) stores le magasin = store 54

55 les maths (f.) math This is a short cut for les mathematiques. 55

56 la pizza pizza 56

57 la plage beach Don’t add a u! 57

58 le ski skiing 58

59 le sport sports Don’t pronounce the t. 59

60 les vacances (f.) vacation This word is always plural in French. 60

61 le vélo biking 61

62 Try this: J’aime –le chocolat. –les frites. –la pizza. Je n’aime pas –les escargots. –les hamburgers. –la glace. 62

63 oui yes 63

64 non no 64

65 CONJUNCTIONS etand maisbut ouor Troisième étape conjunctions 65

66 Troisième étape Main Menu 66

67 un infinitif an infinitive base form of a verb (before you conjugate it) In English, an infinitive is to + a verb. In French, you have to memorize infinitives. 67

68 aimer to like The —er at the end of a French word is usually pronounced like the ey in hey. 68

69 danser to dance 69

70 dormir to sleep 70

71 écouter de la musique to listen to music écouter = to listen to de la = some 71

72 étudier to study Often times words that begin with ét— begin with st— in English. What do you think étudiant means? 72

73 faire de l’équitation to go horseback riding 73

74 faire les magasins to go shopping 74

75 faire le ménage to do housework 75

76 faire du sport to play sports 76

77 lire to read 77

78 nager to swim 78

79 parler au téléphone to talk on the phone The French do not abbreviate téléphone like the British (tele). Think about the words parlor and parliament. 79

80 regarder la télé to watch TV 80

81 sortir avec les copains to go out with friends 81

82 voyager to travel 82

83 CONJUNCTIONS aussialso surtoutespecially Deuxième étape conjunctions 83

84 Subject Pronouns jeI tuyou (familiar) ilhe / it (m.) ellehe / it (f.) 84

85 Subject Pronouns nouswe vousyou (plural / formal) ilsthey (m.) ellesthey (f.) 85

86 Try this: J’aime –danser. –sortir avec les copains. –dormir. Je n’aime pas –faire le ménage. –étudier. –lire. 86

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