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Q2 Sentences

Quarter 2 French II Sentences

TermDefinition
Je joue au foot. I play soccer.
Je fais du ski. I ski.
Nous faissons de la natation. We go swimming.
Vous faites du vélo. You go biking.
Il va sortir avec des copains. He is going to go out with some friends.
Mathilde suit des cours de théâtre. Mathilda takes a course in theatre.
Céline adore faire les magasins. Céline loves to go shopping/look in the stores.
Il n'a rien de special à faire. He has nothing special to do.
Les jeunes aiment sortir. The young people like to go out.
Qu'est-ce que tu vas faire ce week-end? What are you going to do this weekend?
On va au ciné. We are going to the movies.
On reste à la maison. We are staying home.
Je vais à la piscine. I am going to the pool.
Des touristes veulent visiter le Louvre. Some tourists want to visit le Louvre.
Comment vont-ils aller là-bas? How are they going to go there?
Ils vont aller à pied. They are going to go by foot.
Je vais voir mes amis. I'm going to see my friends.
Comment vas-tu aller là-bas? How are you going to go there?
Je vais acheter un billet de métro. I am going to buy a metro ticket.
Quand je vais à la plage, je nage. When I go to the beach, I swim.
Quand tu veux être utile en classe, qu'est-ce que tu fais? When you want to be helpful in class, what do you do?
J'écoute bien le prof. I listen well to the teacher.
Le garçon a écouté le prof. The boy listened to the teacher.
Vous avez mangé les croissants. You ate the croissants.
Quand est-ce que tu as dîné? When did you have dinner?
J'ai dîné samedi. I had dinner Saturday.
À quelle heure est-ce que tu as dîné? At what time did you have dinner?
J'ai dîné à sept heures. I had dinner at 7.
Qu'est-ce que tu as mangé? What did you eat?
J'ai mangé une pizza. I ate a pizza.
La nuit tombe. The night falls.
La lune brille dans le ciel. The moon shines in the sky.
La sorcière et son chat volent dans le ciel. The witch and her cat fly in the sky.
Ils sont assis sur un balai. They sit on a broom.
J'ai regardé la télé. I watched TV.
Vous avez mangé un sandwich. You at a sandwich.
J'ai trouvé mon livre. I found my book.
Tu as cherché ta voiture. You searched for your car.
Maman m'a préparé le dîner. Mom made me dinner.
Le garçon t'a envoyé une lettre. The boy sent you a letter.
La fille a acheté du pain. The girl bought bread.
L'adolescent a dormi jusqu'à midi. The teenager slept until noon.
Nous avons berdu nos clés. We lost our keys.
J'ai lu un bon livre. I read a good book.
Il aimerait habiter en France. He would like to live in France.
Ça coûte cher. It's expensive.
Il n'a pas trés envie de retourner. He doesn't really want to return.
Il voit souvent des copains. He sees his friends often.
Ils parlent de tout et de rien. They speak of everything and of nothing.
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