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Bien Dit 1 Ch 5-2

Places and the Weather

Où vas-tu? - Where are you going?
Je vais... - I'm going...
à la patinoire - ice-skating rink
au théâtre - theater
à l'opéra - opera house
à la montagne - mountains
au lac - lake
à la mer - sea
à la campagne - country
au cybercafé - cyber-café
au club - sports club
au club de tennis - tennis club
au club de foot - soccer club
Il fait beau. - It (the weather) is beautiful.
Il fait chaud. - It is hot.
Il pleut. - It is raining.
Il y a du vent. - It is windy.
Il fait froid. - It is cold.
Il neige. - It is snowing.
On va...? - How about going to...?
Tu as envie de...? Do you feel like...?
Ça te dit de...? Do you feel like...?
Ça vous dit de...? - Do you feel like...?
Tu viens... avec moi? - You want to come... with me?
D'accord. - Okay.
Bonne idée! - Good idea!
Pourquoi pas? - Why not?
Si tu veux. - If you want. (informal)
Si vous voulez. - If you want. (formal)
Non, ça ne me dit rien. - No, I don't feel like it.
Désolé(e), je n'ai pas le temps. - Sorry, I don't have the time.
le zoo - the zoo
la plage - the beach
le musée - the museum
Il fait mauvais. - It (the weather) is bad.
Il y a du soleil. - It is sunny.
Il y a des nuages. - It is cloudy.
Qu'est-ce que tu vas faire s'il...? - What are you going to do if it...?
Je vais jouer aux cartes. - I will play cards.
Avec qui est-ce que...? - With whom...?
Avec - With
Où ça? - Where?
Qu'est-ce qu'on fait...? - What are we doing...?
On pourrait aller au café. - We could go to a café.
Tu vas faire quoi...? - What are you going to do...?
Pas grand-chose. - Not much.
Rien de spécial. - Nothing special.
J'ai trop de choses à faire. - I have too many things to do.
Je suis très occupé(e). - I am very busy.
Quel temps fait-il? - What is the weather?
avoir besoin de - to need
avoir envie de - to feel like (doing something)
avoir faim - to be hungry
avoir soif - to be thirsty
avoir chaud - to feel hot (person)
avoir froid - to feel cold (person)
avoir sommeil - to feel sleepy
Tu as envie de nager? - Do you feel like swimming?
I'm coming from the country. - Je viens de la campagne
You (one person, informal) are coming from the sports club. - Tu viens du club.
He is coming from the cybercafé - Il vient du cybercafé.
She is coming from the lake. - Elle vient du lac.
We (informal) are coming from the sea. - On vient de la mer.
You (singular formal or plural) are coming from the mountain. - Vous venez de la montagne.
They (males or males & females) are coming from the museum. - Ils viennent du musée.
I'm coming to the opera house. - Je viens à l'opéra (m.)
You (one person, informal) are coming to the skating rink. - Tu viens à la patinoire.
He is coming to the beach. - Il vient à la plage.
She is coming to the theatre. - Elle vient au théâtre.
We are coming to the zoo with you (plural). - Nous venons au zoo avec vous.
I just did aerobics. - Je viens de faire de l'aérobic.
You (one person, informal) just did biking. - Tu viens de faire du vélo.
He just went to the beach. - Il vient d'aller à la plage.
She just played video games. - Elle vient de jouer à des jeux vidéo.
We (informal) just played hockey. - On vient de jouer au hockey.
You (singular formal or plural) just went surfing. - Vous venez de faire du surf.
They (males or males & females) just made a pizza. - Ils viennent de faire une pizza.
They (females) just watched the movie. - Elles viennent de regarder le film.
It's not snowing. - Il ne neige pas.
It's not cloudy. - Il n' y a pas de nuages.
It's not windy. - Il n'y a pas de vent.
Shall we jog? - On fait du jogging ?
What about going to the lake ? - On va au lac ?
Do you (singular informal) feel like going to the country? - Tu as envie d'aller à la campagne ?
Do you (singular informal) feel like biking? - Ça te dit de faire du vélo ?
Do you (singular formal or plural) feel like playing tennis? - Ça vous dit de jouer au tennis ?
You want to come to the cybercafé with me? (Literally: You come to the cybercafé with me?) - Tu viens au cybercafé avec moi ?
With whom are you playing?/ Who are you playing with ? - Avec qui est-ce que tu joues ?
I'm playing with Lili. - Je joue avec Lili.
What are you going to do if it rains? - Qu'est-ce que tu vas faire s'il pleut ?
I will play cards. (Literally: I'm going to play cards.) - Je vais jouer aux cartes.
What are we doing Tuesday ? - Qu'est-ce qu'on fait mardi ?
We could go to a café. - On pourrait aller au café.
Where? - Où ça ?
Where are we meeting? - Où est-ce qu'on se retrouve ?
What are you going to do tomorrow? - Tu vas faire quoi demain ?
Not much. - Pas grand-chose.
Nothing special. - Rien de spécial.
I need two calculators. - J'ai besoin de deux calculatrices.
You(one person, informal) feel like doing something. - Tu as envie de faire quelque chose.
She feels like playing the piano. - Elle a envie de jouer du piano.
He is hungry. - Il a faim.
We are thirsty. - Nous avons soif.
You (singular formal or plural) feel hot. - Vous avez chaud.
They (males or males & females) feel cold. - Ils ont froid.
They (females) feel sleepy. - Elles ont sommeil.
I'm hot! - J'ai chaud!
Do you (one person, informal) feel like swimming? - Tu as envie de nager?
Created by: kradhe