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Bien Dit 1 Ch 6-1

Talking about food

TermDefinition
elle veut - she wants
américain(e) - American
l'assiette (f.) - plate
le bacon - bacon
la baguette - long French bread
la banane - banana
le beurre - butter
le bol - bowl
le café - coffee
le café au lait - coffee with milk
les céréales (f.) - cereal
le chocolat chaud - hot chocolate
la confiture - jam
le couteau - knife
le croissant - croissant
la cuillère - spoon
D'habitude - Usually
la fourchette - fork
le jus d'orange - orange juice
le jus de pomme - apple juice
le lait - milk
les œufs (m.) - eggs
la nappe - tablecloth
le pamplemousse - grapefruit
le petit-déjeuner - breakfast
le sel - salt
le poivre - pepper
le verre - glass
la serviette - napkin
la tasse - cup
On met le couvert - We/one set(s) the table
Non, ça va - No, I am fine
Je prends - I'm having
la tartine - French bread with butter and jam
le toast - toast
Non, je n'ai plus faim - No, I am not hungry anymore
Non, je n'ai plus soif - No, I am not thirsty anymore
Encore - More
Tu reprends - Do you want more
Non, merci. - No, thank you.
J'aimerais... - I would like...
Oui, je veux bien. - Yes, please.
Qu'est-ce que tu veux prendre - What do you want to have
Qu'est-ce que tu veux manger - What do you want to eat
Qu'est-ce que tu veux boire - What do you want to drink
Tu veux - Do you (inf) want
Vous voulez - Do you (formal) want
le café - Café
le déjeuner - Lunch
le dîner - Dinner
nous avons/on a - We have
Je voudrais... - I'd like/ I'll take...
Il/Elle est bon/bonne...? - Is the...good?
Il/Elle est comment...? - How's the...?
Comment tu trouves...? - How do you like...?
Il/elle est vraiment mauvais(e). - It's really bad.
Délicieux/délicieuse - Delicious
Excellent(e) - Excellent
Pas mauvais(e) - Not bad
Pas bon/bonne du tout! - Not good at all!
C'est combien...? - How much ...?
je finis - I finish
tu finis - you (inf) finish
elle finit - she finishes
nous finissons - we finish
vous finissez - y'all finish
ils finissent - they finish
choisir - to choose
grossir - to gain weight
maigrir - to lose weight
grandir - to get taller
réussir à - to pass a test / succeed
je veux - I want
tu veux - you (inf) want
nous voulons - we want
vous voulez - y'all want
ils veulent - they want
le thé - tea
Created by: kradhe