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Vocab C3 Deloshene

âgé(e) elderly
beau handsome
belle beautiful
blanc(blanche) white
bleu(e) blue
blond(e) blond
bon/bonne good
la bouche mouth
brun(e)/châtain dark-haired/chestnut, light brown
court(e) short
long(longue) long
créatif(créative) creative
fort(e) strong
généreux(généreuse) generous
génial(e) fantastic/awesome
gentil(le) kind
Il/Elle a les cheveux/yeux... He/She has... hair/eyes.
intelligent(e) smart
jeune young
vieux(vieille) old
marrant(e) funny
marron brown
méchant(e) mean
sympathique nice
mince thin
gros(se) fat
le nez nose
noir(e) black
nouveau(nouvelle) new
les oreilles (f.) ears
paresseux(paresseuse) lazy
pénible tiresome/difficult
petit(e) short
grand(e) tall
roux(rousse) red-headed
sérieux(sérieuse) serious
sportif(sportive) athletic
la tête head
timide shy
vert(e) green
Comment est/sont...? What is/are... like?
Il(s)/Elle(s) est/sont comment...? What is/are... like?
Il/Elle est très... He/She is very...
Ils/Elles sont assez... They are quite...
Il/Elle n'est ni... ni... He/She is neither... nor...
Comment tu trouves...? What do you think of...?
Qu'est-ce que tu penses d'.../de...? What do you think of...?
Je le/la trouve... I think he/she is...
À mon avis,... In my opinion,...
le beau-père stepfather
la belle-mère stepmother
le chat cat
le chien dog
le/la cousin(e) cousin
le demi-frère half-brother
la demi-sœur half-sister
divorcé(e) divorced
un/une enfant (m./f.) child
la famille family
la femme wife
la fille daughter
le fils son
le frère brother
la grand-mère grandmother
le grand-père grandfather
les grands-parents (m.) grandparents
le mari husband
la mère/ma mère mother/my mother
le neveu nephew
la nièce niece
l'oncle uncle
les parents (m.) parents
le père father
la petite-fille granddaughter
le petit-fils grandson
les petits-enfants (m.) grandchildren
la sœur sister
la taunte aunt
Voici.../Voilà... Here is/are.../There is/are...
Ça, c'est/ce sont... This is/These are...
Qui c'est, ça? Who is that?
Tu as des frères et des sœurs? Do you have brothers and sisters?
Non, je suis fils/fille unique. No, I'm an only child.
Tu as combien de...? How many... do you have?
J'ai... et... I have... and...
Je n'ai pas de... mais... I don't have any... but...
Vous êtes combien dans ta famille? How many people are there in you family?
Nous sommes... There are... of us
Tu as un animal domestique? Do you have a pet?
Oui, j'ai... Yes, I have...
branché(e) hip
chouette cool/nice
un(e) gamin(e) a kid
un(e) frangin(e) a brother/a sister
mes vieux my parents
mamie grandma
papi grandpa
Created by: Deloshene