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F1 L12

Discovering French Nouveau! Bleu F1 L12

TermDefinition
blanc white (m)
blanche white (f)
noir black (m)
noire black (f)
bleu blue (m)
bleue blue (f)
rouge red (m/f)
jaune yellow (m/f)
vert green (m)
verte green (f)
gris gray (m)
grise gray (f)
marron brown
orange orange
rose pink
violet purple (m)
violette purple (f)
beau handsome/beautiful (m)
belle handsome/beautiful (f)
joli(e) pretty (m/f)
grand(e) big, tall, large, great
petit(e) short, small, little
bon good (m)
bonne good (f)
mauvais bad (m)
mauvaise bad (f)
dis hey
dis donc hey there
c'est it is use with article and noun
ce sont they are use with article and noun
il/elle est it is use with adjective/without article
ils/elles sont they are use with adjective/without article
ce n'est pas it isn't
ce ne sont pas they aren't
il/elle n'est pas it isn't
ils/elles ne sont pas they aren't
vrai(e) true
faux false (m)
fausse false (f)
facile easy
difficile difficult
chouette neat
super great
génial terrific
pénible a pain, annoying
drôle funny
c'est bien that's good
c'est mal that's bad
Created by: mme.nyenhuis