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les mots du jour

Français II, III, IV le 30 janvier 2015

TermDefinition
We went to Lilu's house. Nous sommes allés chez Lilu.
to break (an object) casser
to break (your own bone) se casser
Laura broke her leg. Laura s'est cassée la jambe.
to dump; to drop laisser tomber
She dropped (dumped) him without explanation. Elle l'a laissé tomber sans explication.
to hurt; to injure (someone else) blesser
to hurt (or injure) yourself se blesser
I know that he hurt you. Je sais qu'il t'a blessé.
C'était. It was.
C'etait génial. It was great.
Il était une fois Once upon a time
ce, cette, cet, ces this; that; these
Qu'est-ce qui se passe cette semaine? What's happening this week?
hier soir last night; yesterday evening
Qu'est-ce qui s'est passé hier soir? What happened last night?
Il gèle. It's freezing.
Created by: jreichenbach