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1st Semester -Puffer

QuestionAnswer
Il y a There is
un canard a duck
jouets toys
un magasin a store
un singe a monkey
une vache a cow
Il veut He wants
ici here
marche walks
danse dances
court runs
nage swims
saute jumps
sur on
un banc a bench
un chat a cat
dit says
une poubelle a trashcan
un garcon a boy
un poulet a chicken
Pourquoi Why
pleure cries
fache angry
un parc a park
l'homme the man
un canard en plastique a rubber ducky
tombe falls
dans in
vole flies
riche rich
pauvre poor
Je veux I want
Il veut He wants
Elle dit She says
Paris The capital of France
La Seine the river that runs through Paris
Euros money used in France
baguette a popular French bread
cheese and wine popular in France
The size of France 15 times smaller than the U.S.
Created by: faystonfrench