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French Vocabulary

 French Vocabulary

Vocabulary is central to learn a new language because without sufficient vocabulary we cannot understand others or express our own ideas. French vocabulary can be challenging, but you can can expand your vocabulary knowledge in many different ways. In this page we offer you different topics, with games and audios just to practice at your own pace and rhythm.  Learn and practice French Vocabulary by clicking in the image that interest you the most.

Greetings & Goodbyes

  1. Greetings:
    Se saluer
  2. The basic rules of politeness:
    Les règles de base de la politesse

My First French Words

Important Dates

  1. Happy New Year:
    Bonne Année
  2. Christmas:
    Joyeux Noël

3. Summer:
4. Birthday:

Everyday Vocabulary

  1. The Food:
    La nourriture 
  2. The weather:
    Le temps
  3. The seasons:
    Les saisons 
  4. Hours:
    Les heures
  5. Places to go:
    Les endroits
  6. The Countries:
    Les Pays
  7. Personal Questions:
    Questions Personnelles
  8.  The questions:
     Les Questions
  9.  Colors:
    Les Couleurs 

10. Numbers:
Les numéros 
11. Professions:
Les professions
12. Expressions with the verb to have:
Expressions avec Avoir
13. The months:
Les Mois
14. Days of the week:
Les Jours
15.The Family:
La Famille
16. The sports:
Les sports
17. Spot It Basic French
18. Animals:

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How can you learn these new words better?

Research studies have shown that in most cases words have to be met 5-7 times before they are admitted to long-term memory. This is how, through reading, we learn the words of our own language. Words are also more easily learned if you are active in the process - meaning drawing a picture of the word, writing your own definition of it in English or in your mother tongue, thinking of an example sentence to use it in. This is better than simply writing the word and its native language equivalent. (adapted from The importance of vocabulary)


French Vocabulary

French Vocabulary


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