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LF203 Ch 7

to bring; to carry apporter
to cost coûter
to have to, be obliged to; to owe devoir
to taste goûter
to leave (behind) laisser
to rain pleuvoir
to be able to, can pouvoir
to want vouloir
to be willing; to agree vouloir bien
to mean vouloir dire
bill, check (in a restaurant) (f.) l'addition
garlic (m.) l'ail
money (m.) l'argent
can (of food) la boîte (de conserve)
menu la carte
1/100th of a euro le centime
canned goods (f. pl.) les conserves
(boy)friend/(girl)friend le copain/la copine
chop la côte
thing la chose
shrimp (f.) les crevettes
eclair (pastry) (m.) l'éclair
first course (f.) l'entrée
snail (m.) l'escargot
euro (European Union currency) (m.) l'euro
holiday; party; celebration la fête
fillet (beef, fish, etc.) le filet
lobster le homard
(olive) oil (f.) l'huile (d'olive)
oyster (f.) l'huître
kilo(gram) le kilo(gramme)
store, shop le magasin
morning la matinée
fixed (price) menu le menu
piece le morceau
chocolate mousse la mousse au chocolat
night la nuit
country-style wheat bread le pain de campagne
(country-style) pâté [A mixture of cooked ground meat and fat minced into a spreadable paste. Source: wikipedia]...gross le pâté de campagne
pasta (f.) les pâtes
course (meal) le plat
main dish plat principal
tip le pourboire
price le prix
diet le régime
roast le rôti
sardines (in oil) (f.) les sardines (à l'huile)
sausage la saucisse
salami le saucisson
salmon le saumon
waiter / waitress le serveur / la serveuse
evening la soirée
sole (fish) la sole
slice la tranche
veal le veau
butcher shop la boucherie
bakery la boulangerie
pork butcher's shop (delicatessen) la charcuterie
grocery store (f.) l'épicerie
pastry shop; pastry la pâtisserie
fish store la poissonnerie
the day before yesterday avant-hier
last / latest dernier / dernière
yesterday hier
last night hier soir
last / past passé(e)
all morning / day / evening / night toute la matinée / la journée / la soirée / la nuit
something else autre chose
this, that ça
this, that / these, those ce (cet, cette) / ces
included compris(e)
first d'abord
next, then ensuite
You're welcome Il n'y a pas de quoi
I could je pourrais
You're welcome (formal) Je vous en prie
(and) then, next (et) puis
which, what quel(le)(s)
everybody tout le monde
Created by: hdn17