Module 03: Les vacances

Troisième Partie: Les activités, les transports et les verbes, le vocabulaire

Le Vocabulaire

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It’s time to practice the vocabulary for this section! Below this vocabulary list, you’ll find interactive flashcards, spelling practice, and a crossword puzzle to test your knowledge.

les activités activities
aller to go
Je déteste... I hate...
J'adore... I love...
Je préfère... I prefer...
Je veux... I want...
Je vais... I go...
aller au cinéma to go to the movies
aller en boîte to go clubbing
aller au concert to go to a concert
aller à l'université to go to the university
aller au parc to go to the park
faire de la bicyclette to go bicycle riding
faire du bateau to go boating
faire de la planche à voile to go windsurfing
faire des randonnées to go hiking
faire du ski to go skiing
faire du vélo to go cycling
faire de la voile to go sailing
faire une promenade to take a walk
passer les vacances (f pl) spend a vacation
visiter... (un lieu, pas une personne) to visit... (a place, not a person)
une cathédrale a cathedral
un château a castle
une exposition an exhibition, show
un monument a monument
un musée a museum
voyager to travel
à l'étranger abroad
Les transports Means of transport
Comment voyagez-vous? How do you travel?
Je voyage... I travel...
J'aime... I like...
en avion / un avion by plane / plane
en bateau / un bateau by boat / boat
en train / un train by train / train
en car / un car by tour bus (from city to city) / tour bus
en voiture / une voiture by car / car
Comment allez-vous... (à l'université, chez vos parents, au travail, etc.)? How do you go... (to the university, to your parents' house, to work, etc.) ?
en métro / le métro by subway / subway
en bus / un bus by bus / bus
en taxi / un taxi by taxi / taxi
à moto / une moto by motorcycle / motorcycle
à vélo / un vélo by bicycle / bicycle
à pied on foot
acheter to buy
amener to bring somebody (along)
changer to change
dormir to sleep
emmener to take somebody (along)
espérer to hope
essayer to try
manger to eat
nager to swim
partager to share
partir to leave
sortir to go out
les divertissements Entertainment, distractions
avoir besoin de... to need
avoir envie de... to want
avoir l'intention de... to intend to
chercher to look for

Directions: To begin, you’ll review flashcards for key unit vocabulary. Once you feel comfortable with the terms, you’ll have the opportunity to practice what you’ve learned through several interactive activities. Please repeat these activities as much as needed and we encourage you to return to this page throughout the unit to review. Note: each time you refresh this page, the activities will be randomized. We recommended doing this to mix things up!






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