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Unit 8 vocabulary for NCVPS French 2

un acteur

an actor

une actrice

an actress

une année

a year

un an

a year

demain

tomorrow

après demain

the day after tomorrow

aucun

not a single____ (masculine)

aucune

not a single_____(feminine)

aujourd'hui

today

hier

yesterday

avant hier

the day before yesterday

une baguette

a long loaf of french bread

le bal

the ball (dancing)

la chanteuse

the singer (female)

Le chanteur

the singer (masculine)

le cirque

the circus

le clown

the clown

le comédien

the comedian (masculine)

la comédienne

the comedian (feminine)

les couverts

the cutlery (knives and forks and spoons)

demain

tomorrow

le dessert

the dessert

le dîner

dinner

drôle

funny

un endroit

a place

fêter

to celebrate

Nous fêtons l'anniversaire de Maman demain.

We are celebrating mother's birthday tomorrow.

le flan

custard cake

le fromage

the cheese

le gala

the gala
the elegant party

jamais

never

Je ne fais jamais les devoirs le dimanche.

I never do homework on Sundays.

un mois

a month

jouer un role

to play a role
to play a part

l'opéra

the opera

le pain

the bread

parfois

sometimes

personne

no one

Je ne vois personne

I see no one.

une pièce de théatre

a theatrical play

un plat

a dish of food

plusieurs fois

several times

le poisson

the fish

du poulet

some chicken

une pomme

an apple

profiter

to take advantage of

Tu vas profiter de l'air frais au Canada.

You will take advantage of the fresh air in Canada.

Il profite de son temps libre.

He takes advantage of his free time.

quelque chose

something

J'ai quelque chose dans ma chausseur.

I have something in my shoe.

quelques

some
a few

Elle a quelques bijoux dans son sac.

She has a few jewels in her bag.

quelqu'un

someone

Il y a quelqu'un dans le salon.

There is someone in the livingroom.

rien

nothing

Il n'y a rien dans le frigo.

There is nothing in the refrigerator.

rire

to laugh

La comédienne nous a fait rire.

The comedian made us laugh.

J'ai ri quand j'ai vu le clown.

I laughed when I saw the clown.

le sandwich

the sandwich

la semaine dernière

last week

la semaine prochaine

next week

souvent

often

Je prends souvent un sandwich et un coca pour le déjeuner/

I often get a sandwich and a coke for lunch.

le spectacle

the show

le spectacle musical

The musical show

le théâtre

the theater

toujours

always

Je vois toujours mes amis au café.

I always see my friends at the cafe.

typique

typical

C'est une journée typique.

It's a typical day.

L'acteur est mieux que l'actrice.

The actor is better than the actress.

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