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BD1 Chap 06 Voc1

Bien Dit! Level 1, Chapter 6 Vocabulary 1

TermDefinition
américain American
l’assiette plate (f)
le bacon bacon
la baguette long French bread
la banane banana
le beurre butter
le bol bowl
le café au lait coffee (with milk)
les céréales cereal (f)
le chocolat chaud hot chocolate
la confiture jam
le couteau knife
le croissant croissant
la cuillère spoon
D’habitude... Usually . . .
la fourchette fork
le jus d’orange orange juice
le jus de pomme apple juice
le lait milk
les œufs eggs (m)
la nappe tablecloth
le pamplemousse grapefruit
le petit-déjeuner breakfast
le poivre pepper
le sel salt
la serviette napkin
la tasse cup
le verre glass
la tartine French bread with butter and jam
le toast toast
Je prends... I’m having . . .
On met le couvert. We/one set(s) the table.
Non, ça va. No, I am fine.
Non, je n’ai plus faim. No, I am not hungry anymore.
Non, je n’ai plus soif. No, I am not thirsty anymore
Encore... ? More…?
Tu reprends... ? Do you want more . . . ?
J’aimerais... I would like . . .
Non, merci. No, thank you.
Oui, je veux bien. Yes, please.
Qu’est-ce que tu veux prendre ? What do you want to have ? (fam)
Qu’est-ce que tu veux manger ? What do you want to eat ? (fam)
Qu’est-ce que tu veux boire ? What do you want to drink ? (fam)
Tu veux… ? Do you want… ?(fam)
Vous voulez... ? Do you want… ?(formal)
Il/Elle est bon/bonne... ? Is the . . . good?
Il/Elle est comment... ? How’s the . . . ?
Comment tu trouves... ? How do you like . . . ?
Il/Elle est vraiment mauvais(e). It’s really bad.
délicieux delicious (m)
délicieuse delicious (f)
Pas bon/pas bonne du tout! Not good at all!
Created by: kestephenson