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100 most common french words 1. à => to, at, in 2. avoir (verb) => to have 3. avec => with 4. autre => other, another 5. avant => before 6. aussi => too, also/ as 7. aller (verb) => to go 8. aucun => none, either, neither, not any 9. au / aux => to, at, in, the 10. alors => then, so 11. après => after 12. aujourd’hui => today 13. aimer => to love, to like 14. bon => good; (un bon: a coupon ...
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List of The 100 Most common french Phrases french Pronunciation English Greetings Salut sa loo Hey Bonjour bon jour Hello/Good day Bon soir! bon swah Good evening! Comment ça va? / Comment allez-vous? (form.) komon sa va?/komon-tallay voo How are you? Ça va bien, merci. sa va byan mair see I’m good, thanks.
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Learn french The unboring way The 200 Most common french words By Talk in french. de 1. prep. of (expresses belonging) 2. prep. ‘s (used to express property or association) 3. prep. from (used to indicate origin) 4. prep. of (indicates an amount) 5. prep. used attributively, often translated into English as a compound word ...
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4practice makes perfect french Vocabulary Whenever the feminine counterpart of a noun diff ers from this pattern in a vocabulary list, the feminine form is also provided. le conducteur the driver (male) la conductrice the driver (female) Most french nouns end in -s in the plural form (pl.) and are preceded by a plural article such as les, des, or ces.
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out the following list of the 200 most common verbs in french together with their corresponding meanings in English. You can bookmark this handy guide or print it for easy checking. No need to memorize though. With enough exposure to french, soon enough the words will just come to you quite easily.
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And 25 most useful phrases in french. (Sometimes incorporating essential words from the list above) 1. Bonjour. (bon-zhour) Hello 2. Merci. (mair-see) Thankyou 3. Au revoir. (oh-reu-vwar) Goodbye 4. Je ne comprends pas. (zheu neu kompron par) I don’t understand 5. Je ne parle pas français. (zheu neu parl par fron-say) I don’t speak french 6.
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french vocabulary pdf list Each french vocabulary list by theme that you will find on this page contains the essential words to learn and memorize. They will be useful if you need to take an exam, or simply to revise and improve your french at home.
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The 100 Most common french Phrases. Like any other language, or at least most of them, french distinguishes formal and informal speech. When you talk to strangers, people who are older than you, or with someone at work, you should use formal french expressions. Therefore, in french, you use the pronoun ‘Vous’ where it is needed.
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So there you have it, 200 of the most common french verbs. You can also check out the different french vocabulary lists such as: 120 common Adverbs. 129 Most common french Adjectives. Be sure to start practicing these words with our Ultimate french Pronunciation Guide! Of course, conjugation is another thing you'll have to work on. You know ...