RELATIONSHIPS AND LIFE CHOICES

Vocabulary and Phrases

Vocabulary and Phrases

Here are some of the useful terms and phrases that are relevant to this topic:

GCSE French - l'adresseadresse l’(f) – address (noun)

adulte l’(m/f) – adult

ge l’(m) – age

aimable friendly

aneldest

ami/e l’(m/f) – friend (male/female)

amour l’(m) – love (noun)

anniversaire l’(m) – birthday

attendreto wait

barbe labeard

bavardchatty

beau/belle beautiful

beau-pre le father-in-law

bb lebaby

belle-mre la mother-in-law

bte dumb

clbrefamous

cherdear

GCSE French - Le Chevalcheval le – horse

cheveux les (m) – hair

chmage le – unemployment

connatreto know/recognise

critiquer – to criticise

dame la – the lady

demi-frre le – half-brother

demi-soeur la – half-sister

(se) disputer – to argue

divorc – divorced

crire – to write

goste – selfish

enfant l'(m/f) – child

fch – angry

famille la – family

femme la – woman

fille la – daughter/girl

fils le – son

GCSE French - Le Garconfrre le – brother

garon le – boy

gens les (m) – people

gentil – kind

grand-mre la – grandmother

grand-pre le – grandfather

(s’) habituer – to become accustomed to

heureux – happy

homme l'(m) – man

jeune – young

joli – pretty

lieu le – place

lunettes les (f) (de soleil) – sunglasses

madame – Madam

mademoiselle – Miss

malheureux – unhappy

maman la – mum

mari le – husband

GCSE French - Se marier(se) marier – to marry

mcontent – displeased

mchant – mean (adjective)

mre la – mother

monsieur – Mister

mort la – death

naissance la – birth

n – born

nez le – nose

oiseau l'(m) – bird

oncle l'(m) – uncle

partenaire le/la (idal(e)) – ideal partner

pauvre – poor

pre le – father

personnalit la – personality

personne la – person/individual

petit ami le – boyfriend

petite amie la – girlfriend

GCSE French - Se Plaindre(se) plaindre – to complain

pleurer – to cry

poli – polite

porter to wear

prnom le – first name

refuser – to refuse

religieux – religious

remercier – to thank

respecter – to respect

responsabilit la – responsibility

riche – rich

rire – to laugh

sans travail – jobless

scurit la – security

sens de l’humour le – sense of humour

spar – separated

seul – alone

signer – sign

GCSE French - Souriresourire – to smile

soeur la – sister

souris la – mouse

sympa – kind

tante la – aunt

timide – shy

tranquille – calm

triste – sad

vrit la – truth

vieux – old

visage le – face (noun)

voisin le – neighbour

Useful Phrases

GCSE French - Cette femme est tres bavardeCette femme est trs bavarde.

This woman is very chatty.

Je le trouve goste et mchant.

I find him to be selfish and mean.

La jolie fille porte des lunettes de soleil qui sont bleus.

The pretty girl is wearing blue sunglasses.

Depuis qu’il est en chmage, il a perdu le sens de l’humour.

Since he became unemployed, he has lost his sense of humour.

Le garon a commenc pleurer quand il est tomb de son vlo.

The boy started to cry when he fell off his bike.

GCSE French - Il s'est habitue a se lever tot les matinsIl s’est habitu se lever tt les matins.

He became accustomed to getting up early every morning.

Pour elle, le partenaire idal, c’est quelqu’un qui est intelligent mais aussi trs gentil.

Her ideal partner is someone who is both intelligent and very kind.

Les gens sont souvent impolis.

People are often impolite.

Pour fter mon anniversaire, mon petit ami et moi sommes alls dner dans un restaurant bien connu.

To celebrate my birthday, my boyfriend and I dined in well-known restaurant.

Pourquoi tu es malheureux?

Why are you unhappy?

GCSE French - Grande FamilleIl a une grande famille avec plusieurs demi-frres et demi-surs.

He has a large family with several half-brothers and half-sisters.

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