Cities & Traffic in French

Cities & Traffic in French 2017-11-27T08:16:57+00:00

This vocabulary lesson will teach you the French words for buildings, monuments, streets and vehicles, as well as talking about different modes of public transportation.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning French“.

Cities & Traffic in French

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Shops, Buildings and Institutions

EnglishFrenchPronunciation
(Audio)
shop
(le) magasin
(la) boutique

department store
(le) grand magasin
kiosk
(le) kiosque
bakery
(la) boulangerie
confectionery
(la) confiserie
butcher’s
(la) boucherie
market
(le) marché
library
(la) bibliothèque
church
(l') église
cinema
(le) cinéma
theater
(le) théâtre
hotel
(l') hôtel
bank
(la) banque
school
(l') école
university
(l') université
kindergarten
(l') école maternelle
chemist’s / drugstore
(la) pharmacie
hospital
(l') hôpital

Cities and Places

EnglishFrenchPronunciation
(Audio)
town / city
(la) ville
house
(la) maison
building
(le) bâtiment
street / road
(la) rue
(la) route

avenue
(l') avenue
bridge
(le) pont
center/city center
(le) centre
crossing
(le) passage pour piétons
square
(la) place
park
(le) parc
landmark / sight
(le) monument
monument
(le) monument

Traffic, Vehicles and Transportation

EnglishFrenchPronunciation
(Audio)
vehicle
(le) véhicule
car
(la) voiture
train
(le) train
bus
(le) bus
tram
(le) tramway
metro
(le) métro
bicycle
(le) vélo
motorbike
(la) moto
taxi
(le) taxi
airplane
(l') avion
ship
(le) bateau
(train) station
(la) gare
main station
(la) gare principale
stop
(l') arrêt
station / stop
(l') arrêt
parking area
(le) parking
petrol station
(la) station essence
(to) go by car
aller en voiture
(to) go by motorbike
aller en moto
(to) go by bike
aller en vélo
(to) go by bus
aller en bus
(to) go by metro
aller en métro

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