1001 Most Useful French Words (New Edition) by Heather McCoy

By Heather McCoy

The appropriate shuttle significant other and at-home reference, this thoroughly up to date quantity good points 1,001 universal French phrases. each one time period is followed by means of a quick definition, a sentence in French demonstrating right utilization, and a translation. updated entries hide phrases for present electronic know-how, and a handy reference part provides phrases relating to kin; days, months, and seasons; telling time; purchasing; and different vocabulary different types.

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Une autre fois, peut-être ? Enfin, (bien sûr / peut-être / faut pas rêver). Écoute, je n aime pas trop les formalités. On se tutoie ? (D accord ! ) Alors, puis-je t offrir un autre verre de champagne ? Non, merci. Je suis (très fatiguée / déjà ivre / un peu malade / ? ). Je vais monter à ma chambre, mais je te souhaite (une bonne soirée / un bon dîner / ? ). Bonsoir. Salut, Claire. À demain. comment dire les rencontres Formal Informal Greetings Bonjour/Bonsoir, monsieur/ madame/mademoiselle. /Bonsoir.

Que dit-il ? Que faitil ? Est-ce une rencontre typique ? 3. Pourquoi Jean-Louis est-il assis dans le foyer de l hôtel quand Claire arrive ? Pensez-vous qu il s apprête à faire du tourisme ou non ? Pourquoi ? 4. Comment trouvez-vous cet hôtel ? Décrivez l ambiance. Voudriez-vous être un(e) client(e) dans cet hôtel ? Pourquoi ou pourquoi pas ? 5. Qui est Philippe Aucoin ? Quelle est sa profession ? sa nationalité ? Que dit-il pour saluer (to greet) Claire quand elle arrive à l hôtel ? 6. Pourquoi est-ce que Philippe et Jean-Louis disent « madame » à Claire ?

Le prix de ma chambre est tout à fait raisonnable. Les chambres sont grandes et climatisées. L hôtelier connaît tout le monde. Aimez-vous les beignets ? Philippe se réveille toujours à 5h du matin. Il sert 50 beignets chaque matin. Nous aimons discuter avec les autres clients. Vous levez-vous toujours aussi tôt ? 21 Ne faites pas ça ! Faites une liste de six activités qu on ne fait pas normalement quand on voyage. Puis, transformez vos phrases en questions et posez les questions à un(e) partenaire.

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