Calling the Electrician or Plumber in France – French Vocabulary

Calling the Electrician or Plumber in France – French Vocabulary Subscribe to my YouTube channel and you won’t miss a single French lesson:  Cliquez ici Would you like to take a test to know what your current level is in French? You’ll need some specific vocabulary when you move to France and need to call the electrician or plumber in France. Practice and master this list of CALLING THE ELECTRICIAN OR PLUMBER IN FRANCE VOCABULARY using the QUIZLET study set provided for you below the chart. Have a look at the ESSENTIAL FRENCH VOCABULARY category in the French resources menu on the right for more useful vocabulary lessons like this one. You may be interested in: Connecting the phone line and Internet in France vocabulary l’électricien the electrician le plombier the plumber une urgence an emergency de l’eau chaude hot water la chaudière the boiler le robinet the faucet l’évier the kitchen sink le lavabo the bathroom sink les toilettes the toilet bouché clogged up déborder to overflow la fosse septique the septic tank une mauvaise odeur a bad smell le gaz natural gas sentir le gaz to smell like gas la gazinière the gas stove allumer to turn on installer to install la plomberie the plumbing l’électricité the electricity le chauffage the heating un radiateur a radiator le four the oven le sèche-linge the tumble dryer la machine à laver the washing machine le lave-vaisselle the dishwasher la baignoire the bathtub le compteur d’eau the water meter le compteur d’électricité the electricity meter une fuite a leak une inondation a flood les fusibles the fuses la lumière the light...

Connecting your Phone and Internet in France – French Vocabulary

Connecting your phone and internet in France – French vocabulary Subscribe to my YouTube channel and you won’t miss a single French lesson:  Cliquez ici You’ll need some specific vocabulary when you move to France and need to connect your phone. Practice and master this list of CONNECTING YOUR PHONE IN FRANCE VOCABULARY using the QUIZLET study set provided for you below the chart. Have a look at the ESSENTIAL FRENCH VOCABULARY category in the French resources menu on the right for more useful vocabulary lessons like this one. You might also be interested in the following vocabulary: Calling the Electrician or the Plumber in France Would you like to take a test to know what your current level is in French? déménager to move house couper une ligne de téléphone to disconnect a phone line mettre en place une ligne de téléphone to set up a phone line transférer un ancien numéro de téléphone to transfer a previous phone number connecter la ligne to connect the line des frais de connexion connection charges installer une ligne téléphonique to install a phone line un technicien a technician une facture a bill prélèvement automatique direct debit un appel local a local call un appel international an international call une offre promotionnelle a special offer une connexion internet an internet connection l’installation the installation activer to activate l’ancien occupant the former tenant le domicile the residence une prise the plug un cable a cable le contrat the contract un  RIB the bank information une offre an offer la fibre fiber internet un numéro a number le débit the bandwidth la box...

Chez le Vétérinaire – French Veterinary Vocabulary

Chez le Vétérinaire – French Veterinary Vocabulary Subscribe to my YouTube channel and you won’t miss a single French lesson:  Cliquez ici When you bring your pet to the vet’s office in France there is a lot of vocabulary you really need to know. Practice and master this list of FRENCH VETERINARY VOCABULARY using the QUIZLET study set provided for you below the chart. Have a look at the ESSENTIAL FRENCH VOCABULARY category in the French resources menu on the right for more useful vocabulary lessons like this one. You may be interested in :  French Dentist Vocabulary – French Doctor Vocabulary  Would you like to take a test to know what your current level is in French? malade sick des vaccinations vaccinations la rage rabies avoir mal à l’oreille to have a sore ear vomir to vomit se gratter to scratch himself l’eczema eczema avoir mal au ventre to have a stomach ache avoir de la diarrhée to have diarrhea des puces fleas des tiques ticks être allergique to be allergic les griffes claws un bilan sanguin a blood test faire une prise de sang to take a blood sample une analyse d’urine a urinalysis en bonne santé in good health en mauvaise santé in poor health un médicament a medication un cachet a pill faire piquer – endormir to put to sleep un chiot a puppy un chaton a kitten stériliser to spay le chirurgien vétérinaire the veterinary surgeon l’infirmière the nurse la douleur pain des démangeaisons a rash enflé swollen saigner to bleed une piqûre a shot un diagnostic a diagnosis une radio an x-ray une échographie...

Chez le Médecin – French Doctor Vocabulary

Chez le Médecin – French Doctor Vocabulary Subscribe to my YouTube channel and you won’t miss a single French lesson:  Cliquez ici When you go to the doctors’s office in France there is a lot of vocabulary you really need to know. Practice and master this list of FRENCH DOCTOR VOCABULARY using the QUIZLET study set provided for you below the chart. Have a look at the ESSENTIAL FRENCH VOCABULARY category in the French resources menu on the right for more useful vocabulary lessons like this one. You may be interested in :  French Dentist Vocabulary – French Veterinary Vocabulary Would you like to take a test to know what your current level is in French? Je ne me sens pas bien I feel sick avoir mal à la tête to have a headache avoir mal à la gorge to have a sore throat avoir mal aux oreilles to have an earache avoir de la fièvre to have fever avoir des courbatures to have aching muscles avoir des frissons to have the chills avoir la tête qui tourne to feel dizzy vomir to vomit avoir mal au ventre to have a stomach ache avoir de la diarrhée to have diarrhea avoir du mal à respirer to have difficulty breathing être allergique to be allergic une ordonnance a prescription Qu’est-ce que vous avez? What is wrong? avaler to swallow la grippe the flu un cachet a pill un médecin généraliste a GP un chirurgien a surgeon une infirmière a nurse la douleur pain l’hypertension artérielle high blood pressure mesurer la tension artérielle to take your blood pressure une crise cardiaque a...

Chez le dentiste – French Dentist Vocabulary

Chez le dentiste – French Dentist Vocabulary Subscribe to my YouTube channel and you won’t miss a single French lesson:  Cliquez ici When you go to the dentist’s office in France there is a lot of vocabulary you really need to know. Practice and master this list of FRENCH DENTIST VOCABULARY using the QUIZLET study set provided for you below the chart. Have a look at the ESSENTIAL FRENCH VOCABULARY category in the French resources menu on the right for more useful vocabulary lessons like this one. You may be interested in:  French Doctor Vocabulary – French Veterinary Vocabulary Would you like to take a test to know what your current level is in French? prendre rendez-vous to make an appointment faire un bilan de santé to get a check-up une urgence an emergency un problème a problem avoir une dent cassée to have a broken tooth une carie a cavity avoir mal aux dents to have a toothache avoir les gencives qui saignent to have bleeding gums Ça fait mal It hurts un abcès an abscess percer un abcès to pierce an abscess un cabinet dentaire a dentist’s office les dents de sagesse wisdom teeth un nerf a nerve un plombage a filling une extraction an extraction une dévitalisation a root canal une injection – une piqûre a shot une anesthésie locale a local anaesthetic une couronne a crown un bridge a bridge Connect with LLL   WEBSITE – Find out how to take private French lessons on Skype or book an immersion tour in France. YOUTUBE – 200 + French grammar lessons with Jennifer FRENCH BLOG – Have a look at the...

French Property Vocabulary

French Property Vocabulary Subscribe to my YouTube channel and you won’t miss a single French lesson:  Cliquez ici When you are thinking about buying a property in France there is a lot of vocabulary you need to know. Practice and master this list using the QUIZLET study set provided for you below the chart. Have a look at the ESSENTIAL FRENCH VOCABULARY category in the French resources menu on the right for more useful vocabulary lessons like this one. You may be interested in: Vocabulary for Buying a House in France Would you like to take a test to know what your current level is in French? un abri a shelter un acompte a deposit une agence immobilière a real estate agent l’ancien propriétaire the former owner un ascenseur an elevator un atelier a workshop une tuile en ardoise a slate tile un bâtiment a building le carrelage tiling la cave the cellar une chambre a bedroom un charpentier a carpenter le chauffage the heating le chauffage central central heating une cheminée a fireplace le grenier the attic une cuisine américaine an open-plan kitchen une cuisine d’été an outdoors kitchen déménager to move house un devis a work estimate le double vitrage double glazing entièrement rénové renovated throughout un expert comptable an accountant la fosse septique the septic tank les frais the fees les impôts taxes un maçon a builder la menuiserie carpentry des meubles furniture un permis de construire a building permit une pièce a room la pièce principale the main room une piscine a pool le premier étage the first floor une propriété a property la plomberie the plumbing...

Vocabulary for Buying a House in France

Vocabulary for Buying a House in France Subscribe to my YouTube channel and you won’t miss a single French lesson:  Cliquez ici When you are thinking about buying a house in France you’ll need some key vocabulary. Practice and master this list using the QUIZLET study set provided for you below the chart. The more French you learn before making the big move to live in France the better off you’ll be. Have a look at the ESSENTIAL FRENCH VOCABULARY category in the French resources menu on the right for more useful vocabulary lessons like this one. You may like this vocabulary list:  French Property Vocabulary Would you like to take a test to know what your current level is in French? à la campagne in the countryside accepter to accept acquérir to acquire an offer une offre annuler to cancel appeler to call au bord de la mer at the seaside baisser to lower chercher to look for contacter to contact en ville in town l’acheteur the seller la surface the surface area la taille the size la taxe d’habitation the council tax la taxe foncière the property tax la vente the sale le prix the price le vendeur the seller les charges utilities les frais the fees les pièces the rooms rénover to renovate signer to sign un achat a purchase un agent immobilier a real estate agent un appartement an apartment un budget a budget un contrat a contract un local commercial commercial premises un notaire a notary un permis de construire a building permit un prêt a loan un relevé d’identité bancaire bank information un rendez-vous a...

How to Complain in French

How to Complain in French It’s important to know how to complain. Sometimes you just want to moan and grumble and it would be fun to know a few words so that you could do it in French. Here are 14 excellent ways to start groaning like the French.   Be careful using some of these expressions. I’ve written the clean English translations, but some of these can be pretty vulgar.* Would you like to take a test to know what your current level is in French? Ça y est, ça commence. Here we go again. Ça suffit, maintenant! That’s enough, now! I’ve had enough! C’est chiant.* That’s annoying. This is boring. What a pain. That sucks. Tu me fais chier.*** You’re ticking me off. You’re _____ me off. You’re getting on my nerves. J’en ai marre. I’m tired of this. I’m fed up. I’ve had enough. I’m sick and tired. C’est pas possible! You’ve got to be kidding me. I can’t believe it. You can’t be serious. This is getting ridiculous. J’en ai ras le bol. I’m fed up. I’ve had it up to here. Je m’en fous.* I don’t care. I don’t give a _____. Va te faire foutre.****** —- you. Tu vas trop loin. You’re going too far. Je m’emmerde.** I’m bored stiff. I’m bored to tears. Tu m’emmerdes.*** You’re getting on my nerves. You’re ticking me off. J’en peux plus. I can’t take it anymore. C’est vraiment casse-pieds. What a pain in the neck. RÂLER – TO GRUMBLE, TO COMPLAIN je râle nous râlons tu râles vous râlez il – elle – on râle ils...

French Banking and Money Vocabulary – Love Learning Languages

French Banking and Money Vocabulary – Love Learning Languages Knowing how to talk about money in French may not sound too interesting, but if you know the vocabulary when the time arises you’ll be glad you took the time to learn it! Whether you’re planning to travel to a French speaking country or if you’re planning to move to one you need to know how to talk about money. You may be looking to spend it, to save it, to open a bank account with it, to borrow it, who knows…you may even want to buy stocks and bonds. Whatever you have planned I encourage you to practice and master the following vocabulary. You’ll see a QUIZLET study set right at the bottom of this page that you can use to practice. Once you’re familiar with the vocabulary you can even take a test. Would you like to take a test to know what your current level is in French? money de l’argent currency la monnaie paper money un billet a coin une pièce a check un chèque a certified check un chèque certifié a bank card une carte bancaire to pay with cash payer en espèces to pay with a credit card payer par carte bancaire to buy acheter to spend dépenser cheap bon marché expensive cher a bank une banque an ATM un distributeur automatique a checking account un compte-chèques a savings account un compte d’épargne to save money faire des économies a loan un prêt to borrow emprunter the interest rate le taux d’intérêt a deposit un dépôt a bank transfer un virement a withdrawal un...