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Lessons 1-5
Word list
These word lists should be used in conjunction with the lesson guides provided. In some cases, further
explanations of the words and phrases used are given in the lesson notes. Please note that words listed as
items of vocabulary will not include articles (un/le etc.) However, these same words may be listed as part
of phrases, in which case they will include articles, eg. une bouteille de..., a bottle of , etc.
French

English

adieu
allemand(e)
amricain(e)
ami (m)
amie (f)
anglais(e)
au revoir
aujourdhui
australien(ne)
bientt
demain
la prochaine
la semaine prochaine
plus
plus tard
toute lheure
belge
bien
bonjour
bonne journe
bonne nuit
bonne soire
bonsoir
canadien(ne)
chinois(e)
comment tappelles-tu?
comment vous appelez-vous?
compagne (f)
compagnon (m)
copain (m)
copine (f)
cousin (m)
cousine (f)
a ne va pas
a va bien, merci
a va trs bien, merci
a va?

farewell/ goodbye
German (m/f)
American (m/f)
friend (masculine)
friend (feminine)
English (m/f)
goodbye
today
Australian (m/f)
until soon
until tomorrow
until the next time
until next week
see you later
until later
see you later
Belgian
well
hello
have a good day
goodnight
have a good evening
good evening
Canadian (m/f)
Chinese (m/f)
What is your name? (familiar)
What is your name? (formal)
partner (feminine)
partner (masculine)
friend (masculine)
friend (feminine)
cousin (masculine)
cousin (feminine)
things arent going very well
Im well/fine thank you
Im very well thank you
How are you?

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French

English

do venez-vous?
do viens-tu?
elle sappelle...
elles sappellent...
enchant(e)
enfant (m)
enfants (m pl)
espagnol(e)
et toi?
et toi? / et vous?
tre en forme
cossais(e)
dimbourg
femme (f)
fille (f)
fils (m)
Francfort
franais(e)
frre (m)
gallois(e)
grand-mre (f)
grand-pre (m)
ici
il sappelle...
ils sappellent....
irlandais(e)
italien(ne)
japonais(e)
je mappelle..
je ne suis pas dici
Je ne viens pas de...
je nhabite pas ...
je suis dici
Je suis en forme
je suis fatigu
je suis fatigue
je suis prt(e)...
je suis...
je te prsente...
je viens de Glasgow mais
maintenant jhabite Londres
je viens de...
je viens de...
je viens ddimbourg
je vous prsente...
jhabite ...
jhabite dans un village
jhabite dans un village qui
sappelle St-Jean
jhabite dans une ville

Where do you come from? (formal)


Where do you come from? (familiar)
she is called...
they are called... (fem. plural)
nice to meet you (feminine)
child
children
Spanish (m/f)
and you?
and you? (familiar / formal)
to be on good form
Scottish (m/f)
Edinburgh
wife
daughter
son
Frankfurt
French (m/f)
brother
Welsh (m/f)
grandmother
grandfather
here
he is called...
they are callled... (masc. plural)
Irish (m/f)
Italian (m/f)
Japanese (m/f)
I am called.../ my name is...
Im not from here
I do not come from...
I do not live in...
I am from here
things are going well
I am tired (masculine)
I am tired (feminine)
I am ready (feminine)
I am ...
I would like to introduce.. to you (familiar)
I come from Glasgow but now I live in London

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I come from...
I come from...
I come from Edinburgh
I would like to introduce... to you (formal)
I live in...
I live in a village
I live in a village called St. Jean
I live in a town

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French

English

jhabite dans une ville qui


sappelle Villefranche
Londres
ma
ma femme
ma mre
ma sur
maintenant
mais
mari (m)
merci
mes
mes enfants
mre (f)
moi aussi
mon
mon frre
mon mari
mon pre
Montral
nerlandais(e)
non
oncle (m)
oui
O habites-tu?
O habitez-vous?
pre (m)
portugais(e)
salut
suisse
sur (f)
tante (f)
toi aussi
trs
Tu es dici?
Tu viens de Londres?
tu viens de...?
voici
vous aussi
Vous tes dici?

I live in a town called Villefranche

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London
my (feminine)
my wife
my mother
my sister
now
but
husband
thank you
my (plural)
my children
mother
me too
my (masculine)
my brother
my husband
my father
Montreal
Dutch (m/f)
no
uncle
yes
Where do you live? (familiar)
Where do you you live? (formal)
father
Portuguese (m/f)
hi/ hello
Swiss
sister
aunt
you too
very
Are you from here? (familiar)
Do you come from London?
Do you come from...?
here is...
you too (formal)
Are you from here? (formal)

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English

French

American (m/f)
and you?
and you? (familiar / formal)
Are you from here? (familiar)
Are you from here? (formal)
aunt
Australian (m/f)
Belgian
brother
but
Canadian (m/f)
child
children
Chinese (m/f)
cousin (feminine)
cousin (masculine)
daughter
Do you come from London?
Do you come from...?
Dutch (m/f)
Edinburgh
English (m/f)
farewell/ goodbye
father
Frankfurt
French (m/f)
friend (feminine)
friend (feminine)
friend (masculine)
friend (masculine)
German (m/f)
good evening
goodbye
goodnight
grandfather
grandmother
have a good day
have a good evening
he is called...
hello
here
here is...
hi/ hello
How are you?
husband
I am ...
I am called.../ my name is...
I am from here

amricain(e)
et toi?
et toi? / et vous?
Tu es dici?
Vous tes dici?
tante (f)
australien(ne)
belge
frre (m)
mais
canadien(ne)
enfant (m)
enfants (m pl)
chinois(e)
cousine (f)
cousin (m)
fille (f)
Tu viens de Londres?
tu viens de...?
nerlandais(e)
dimbourg
anglais(e)
adieu
pre (m)
Francfort
franais(e)
amie (f)
copine (f)
ami (m)
copain (m)
allemand(e)
bonsoir
au revoir
bonne nuit
grand-pre (m)
grand-mre (f)
bonne journe
bonne soire
il sappelle...
bonjour
ici
voici
salut
a va?
mari (m)
je suis...
je mappelle..
je suis dici

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English

French

I am ready (feminine)
I am tired (feminine)
I am tired (masculine)
I come from Edinburgh
I come from Glasgow but now I live in London

je suis prt(e)...
je suis fatigue
je suis fatigu
je viens ddimbourg
je viens de Glasgow mais
maintenant jhabite Londres
je viens de...
je viens de...
Je ne viens pas de...
je nhabite pas ...
jhabite dans une ville
jhabite dans une ville qui sappelle
Villefranche
jhabite dans un village
jhabite dans un village qui
sappelle St-Jean
jhabite ...
je te prsente...
je vous prsente...
irlandais(e)
italien(ne)
je ne suis pas dici
a va trs bien, merci
a va bien, merci
japonais(e)
Londres
moi aussi
Montral
mre (f)
ma
mon
mes
mon frre
mes enfants
mon pre
mon mari
ma mre
ma sur
ma femme
enchant(e)
non
maintenant
compagne (f)
compagnon (m)
portugais(e)
cossais(e)
plus
toute lheure
elle sappelle...
sur (f)

I come from...
I come from...
I do not come from...
I do not live in...
I live in a town
I live in a town called Villefranche
I live in a village
I live in a village called St. Jean
I live in...
I would like to introduce.. to you (familiar)
I would like to introduce... to you (formal)
Irish (m/f)
Italian (m/f)
Im not from here
Im very well thank you
Im well/fine thank you
Japanese (m/f)
London
me too
Montreal
mother
my (feminine)
my (masculine)
my (plural)
my brother
my children
my father
my husband
my mother
my sister
my wife
nice to meet you (feminine)
no
now
partner (feminine)
partner (masculine)
Portuguese (m/f)
Scottish (m/f)
see you later
see you later
she is called...
sister

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English

French

son
Spanish (m/f)
Swiss
thank you
they are called... (fem. plural)
they are callled... (masc. plural)
things are going well
things arent going very well
to be on good form
today
uncle
until later
until next week
until soon
until the next time
until tomorrow
very
well
Welsh (m/f)
What is your name? (familiar)
What is your name? (formal)
Where do you come from? (familiar)
Where do you come from? (formal)
Where do you live? (familiar)
Where do you you live? (formal)
wife
yes
you too
you too (formal)

fils (m)
espagnol(e)
suisse
merci
elles sappellent...
ils sappellent....
Je suis en forme
a ne va pas
tre en forme
aujourdhui
oncle (m)
plus tard
la semaine prochaine
bientt
la prochaine
demain
trs
bien
gallois(e)
comment tappelles-tu?
comment vous appelez-vous?
do viens-tu?
do venez-vous?
O habites-tu?
O habitez-vous?
femme (f)
oui
toi aussi
vous aussi

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