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Bien Dit! Book 3

Bien Dit! Book 3 Chapter 4 Voc. 2

QuestionAnswer
adopter to adopt
célibataire single
déménager to move
divorcer to divorce
l’enfance (f.) childhood
faire un emprunt to apply for a loan
des jumeaux (m.)/jumelles (f.) twins
louer to rent
naître/mourir to be born/to die
un orphelin/une orpheline orphan
poser sa candidature to apply for a job
prendre sa retraite to retire
se fiancer/être fiancé(e) to get/be engaged
s’installer to move in
se marier to get married
tomber malade to fall ill
trouver du travail to find work
un veuf/une veuve widower/widow
vivre to live
À propos... By the way . . .
Vous savez... You know . . .
malheureusement unfortunately
Tous mes vœux de bonheur. I wish you all the best.
Toutes mes félicitations!/ Félicitations! Congratulations!
Mes sincères condoléances. My deepest sympathy.
Comment va ton ami Hassan? How is . . . ?
Je ne le vois plus. Il a déménagé. I don’t see him any more.
Quoi de neuf? What’s new?
Rien de spécial. Nothing much.
Plein de choses! A lot!
Tu n’as pas changé! You haven’t changed!
Toi non plus. You haven’t either.
Je suis ravi(e) de te revoir. I am delighted to . . .
Oui, ça fait longtemps qu’on ne s’est pas vu(e)s. ... it’s been a long time since ...
Created by: michellecorson