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Ch. 2 Leçon 3

Vocab Ch. 2 Leçon 3

TermDefinition
une cité city
se déguiser (en) to dress up (in)
à l'envers inside-out / upside down
la Provence Provence (it's a specific place in southern France)
une cigale a cicada / a grasshopper
un sens a meaning
nuire to harm / to damage
figurer to represent / to appear
se tromper to be wrong
vouloir dire to mean
ça veut dire qu'il t'aime. It means he likes you.
Elle a voulu dire que... She meant that...
elle s'est trompée de livre She took the wrong book
Elle s'est déguisée en roi. She got dressed up as a king.
Mais son costume était à l'envers. But her costume was inside-out.
un beau gosse a handsome boy
une belle gosse a pretty girl
la honte shame, embarrassment
un pote a friend
comme d'habitude as usual
Je veux être instituteur. I want to be an elementary school teacher.
J'aimerais que mes élèves apprennent. I want my students to learn.
J'ai envie d'être pompier. I want to be a fireman.
Je voudrais que les femmes puissent faire tous les métiers. I would like women to be able to do all jobs
Les Martin se partagent les tâches. The Martins share/split their chores.
Mme Martin s'occupe de la cuisine, et M. Martin s'occupe du bébé. Mrs. Martin takes care of the kitchen, and Mr. Martin takes care of the baby.
Se débrouiller to manage
s'ennuyer to be bored
faire une bouffe to prepare a meal
un boulot a job
parfois sometimes
Vite et bien quickly and well
Elle s'est occupée de... She took care of...
Elle s'est débrouillée... She managed...
elle s'est ennuyée. She got bored.
Elle a fait... She did / made...
Elle se débrouille... She manages...
Elle s'ennuie. She is bored.
Created by: French III MHS