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Animals & Springtime

Ms. J's Animals & Springtime vocabulary

Les animaux The animals
Le chien The dog
Le cochon The pig
La poule The chicken
La chèvre The goat
La vache The cow
Le canard The duck
Le mouton The sheep
Le printemps The spring
Le ballon The ball
Les vélos The bikes
Les oiseaux The birds
Les fleurs The flowers
La pluie The rain
L’arc-en-ciel The rainbow
Le cheval The horse
Le chat The cat
La souris The mouse
L’hibou / La chouette The owl
Le coq The rooster
Le soleil The sun
Les insects The bugs
Le boue The mud
Le papillion The butterfly
L’herbe vert The green grass
Entrer To go in (to enter)
Sortir To get out (to exit)
Une A/An/One (feminine)
Un A/An/One (masculin)
C'est This is
Ce sont These are
Des/De la Some
Voici Here is/Here are
de la boue some mud
la boue the mud
Le The (masculine/singular)
La The (feminine/singular)
Les The (plural)
The animals enter (go in) Les animaux entrent
The animals exit (get out) Les animaux sortent
Created by: HJohnstone