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2011 HT Reading

2011 HT reading

chauffeur driver
camion lorry
informatique IT
mon pere my father
ma mere my mother
mon frere my brother
treizieme 13th
ma belle-mere my mother in law/my step mum
je me suis casse I broke
le bras gauche left arm
le bras arm
deux fois twice
la blessure injury
la plus grave the most serious
un mois a month
avoir to have
jumeaux twins
jumelles twins (girls)
mon jumeau my twin (who is a boy)
ma jumelle my twin (who is a girl)
d;habitude usually
Etats-Unis USA
la voiture etait en panne the car was broken down
toujours always
occupes busy
du potage soup
du pain bread
du fromage cheese
des pommes apples
des poires pears
le lendemain the next day/the day after
il a neige it snowed
encore even/still
plus fort more strongly/heavily
ma soeur my sister
elle ne s'entend pas bien avec she doesn't get on well with
les meilleures de ma vie the best of my life
une voiture a car
une voiture de course a sports/racing car
des vetements clothes
de grane marque designer
les pays etrangers foreign countries
le monde entier the entire world
ma propre entreprise my own business
economiser to save
mettre un peu d'argent de cote to put a bit of money aside
des peintures paintings
des sculptures sculptures
j'offrirais I would offer
une organisation caritative a charity
des pauvres poor people
en face de opposite
je me suis amusé(e) I enjoyed myself (extra e if female)
les employés the employees
chaque matin every morning
des depliants leaflets
j'ai du donner I had to give
l'universite university
quatorze mille 14,000
habitants inhabitants
frontiere border
pres de near to
le verre glass
malheureusement unfortunately
nous avons perdu we lost
beaucoup d'emplois lots of jobs
je suis né(e) I was born (extra e for feminine)
ici here
je me sens I feel
pour la plupart du temps the majority of the time
je suis a la retraite I am retired
la cousine de ma femme the cousin of my wife (my wife's cousin)
le frere de mon ami the brother of my friend (my friend's brother)
la soeur de mon pere the sister of my father
a une quinzaine de kilmetres about 15kms from
l'heure d'affluence rush hour
heure de pointe rush hour
un des deux trains of the two trains
n'aurait pas respecte didn't respect
le feu rouge the red light
le feu can be a traffic light but can also be a fire
les feux the lights (traffic)
gravement touches seriously affected
des blessés injured people
une douzaine a dozen (about 12)
Created by: csuarez