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[ French I Zip file of mp3s - 20.95 MB ]

1. Some Basic Phrases [ mp3 - 2.94 MB ]

Bonjour
bohn-zhoor
Hello / Good day

Bonsoir
bohn-swahr
Good evening

Bonne nuit
bun nwee
Good night

Salut
sah-lew
Hi / Bye

Au revoir
ohr-vwah
Goodbye

S'il vous plaît
seel voo pleh
Please

Merci (beaucoup)
mair-see boh-koo
Thank you (very much)

De rien. / Je vous en prie.
duh ree-ahn / zhuh voo zawn pree
You're welcome.

Bienvenu(e)
bee-ahn-vuh-new
Welcome (also You're welcome in Quebec)

A tout à l'heure / A plus tard
ah too tah luhr / ah plew tahr
See you later

A bientôt
ah bee-ahn-toh
See you soon

A demain
ah duh-mahn
See you tomorrow

Désolé(e)!
day-zoh-lay
Sorry!

Pardonnez-moi!
pahr-dohn-nay-mwah
Excuse me!

Allons-y!
ah-lohn-zee
Let's go!

Comment allez-vous ?
koh-mawn tahl-ay voo
How are you? (formal)

Ça va ?
sah vah
How are you? (informal)

Très bien / mal / pas mal
treh bee-ahn / mahl / pah mahl
Very good / bad / not bad

Je vais bien
zhuh vay bee-ahn
I'm fine.

Ça va.
sah vah
I'm fine. (informal)

Oui / non
wee/nohn
Yes / no

Comment vous appelez-vous ?
koh-mawn voo zah-play voo
What's your name? (formal)

Tu t'appelles comment ?
tew tah-pell koh-mawn
What's your name? (informal)

Je m'appelle...
zhuh mah-pell
My name is...

Enchanté(e)
awn-shawn-tay
Nice to meet you.

Monsieur, Madame, Mademoiselle
muh-syuh, mah-dahm, mahd-mwah-zell
Mister, Misses, Miss

Mesdames et Messieurs
meh-dahm zeh meh-syuh
Ladies and gentlemen

Vous êtes d'où ?
voo zet doo
Where are you from? (formal)

Tu es d'où ?
tew ay doo
Where are you from? (informal)

Je suis de...
zhuh swee duh
I am from...

Où habitez-vous ?
ooh ah-bee-tay voo
Where do you live? (formal)

Tu habites où ?
tew ah-beet ooh
Where do you live? (informal)

J'habite à...
zhah-beet ah
I live in...

Quel âge avez-vous ?
kell ahzh ah-vay voo
How old are you? (formal)

Tu as quel âge ?
tew ah kell ahzh
How old are you? (informal)

J'ai ____ ans.
zhay ____ awn
I am ____ years old.

Parlez-vous français ?
par-lay voo frahn-say
Do you speak French? (formal)

Tu parles anglais ?
tew parl on-glay
Do you speak English? (informal)

Je (ne) parle (pas)...
zhuh nuh parl pah
I (don't) speak...

Comprenez-vous? / Tu comprends?
kohm-pren-ay-voo / tew kohm-prawn
Do you understand? (formal / informal)

Je (ne) comprends (pas)
zhuh nuh kohm-prawn pah
I (don't) understand

Je (ne) sais (pas)
zhuhn say pah
I (don't) know

Pouvez-vous m'aider ? / Tu peux m'aider ?
poo-vay voo meh-day / tew puh meh-day
Can you help me? (formal / informal)

Bien sûr.
bee-ahn sewr
Of course.

Comment?
kohm-mawn
What? Pardon?

Où est ... / Où sont ... ?
ooh eh / ooh sohn
Where is ... / Where are ... ?

Voici / Voilà
vwah-see / vwah-lah
Here is... / Here it is.

Il y a ... / Il y avait...
eel-ee-ah / eel-ee-ah-veh
There is / are... / There was / were...

Comment dit-on ____ en français ?
kohm-mawn dee-tohn ___ on frahn-say
How do you say ____ in French?

Qu'est-ce que c'est que ça ?
kess kuh seh kuh sah
What is that?

Qu'est-ce qu'il y a ?
kess keel-ee-ah
What's the matter?

Ça ne fait rien.
sah nuh feh ree-ahn
It doesn't matter.

Qu'est-ce qui se passe ?
kess kee suh pahs
What's happening?

Je n'ai aucune idée.
zhuh neh oh-kewn ee-day
I have no idea.

Je suis fatigué(e) / malade.
zhuh swee fah-tee-gay / mah-lahd
I'm tired / sick.

J'ai faim / J'ai soif.
zhay fawn / zhay swahf
I'm hungry / I'm thirsty.

J'ai chaud / J'ai froid.
zhay show / zhay fwah
I'm hot / I'm cold.

Je m'ennuie.
zhuh mawn-nwee
I'm bored.

Ça m'est égal. / Je m'en fiche.
sah meh-teh-gahl / zhuh mawn feesh
I don't care.

Ne vous en faites pas. / Ne t'en fais pas.
nuh voo zawn fett pah / nuh tawn feh pah
Don't worry (formal / informal)

Ce n'est pas grave.
suh neh pah grahv
It's no problem. / It's alright.

J'ai oublié.
zhay oo-blee-ay
I forgot.

Je dois y aller.
zhuh dwah ee ah-lay
I must go.

A vos souhaits ! / A tes souhaits !
ah voh soo-eh / a teh soo-eh
Bless you! (formal / informal)

Félicitations !
fay-lee-see-tah-see-ohn
Congratulations!

Bonne chance !
bun shahns
Good luck!

C'est à vous ! / C'est à toi !
set ah voo / set a twah
It's your turn! (formal / informal)

Taisez-vous ! / Tais-toi !
teh-zay voo / teh twah
Shut up! / Be quiet! (formal / informal)

Je vous aime / Je t'aime
zhuh voo zem / zhuh tem
I love you (formal & plural / informal)

Tenez / Tiens
tuh-nay / tee-ahn
Hey / Here (formal / informal)

Quoi de neuf ? / Ça boume ?
kwah duh nuhf / sah boom
What's new? / What's up?

Pas grand chose.
pah grahn shohz
Not a whole lot.


Notice that French has informal and formal ways of saying things. This is because there is more than one meaning to "you" in French (as well as in many other languages.) The informal you is used when talking to close friends, relatives, animals or children. The formal you is used when talking to someone you just met, do not know well, or someone for whom you would like to show respect (a professor, for example.) There is also a plural you, used when speaking to more than one person.

Also notice that some words take an extra e, shown in parentheses. If the word refers to a woman or is spoken by a woman, then the e is added in spelling; but in most cases, it does not change the pronunciation.

To make verbs negative, French adds ne before the verb and pas after it. However, the ne is frequently dropped in spoken French, although it must appear in written French.



2. Pronunciation [ mp3 - 4.22 MB ]

French Vowels

IPA

Phonetic spelling

Sample words

General spellings

[i]

ee

vie, midi, lit, riz

i, y

[y]

ee rounded

rue, jus, tissu, usine

u

[e]

ay

blé, nez, cahier, pied

é, et, final er and ez

[ø]

ay rounded

jeu, yeux, queue, bleu

eu

[ɛ]

eh

lait, aile, balai, reine

e, è, ê, ai, ei, ais

[œ]

eh rounded

sœur, œuf, fleur, beurre

œu, eu

[a]

ah

chat, ami, papa, salade

a, à, â

[ɑ]

ah longer

bas, âne, grâce, château

a, â

[u]

oo

loup, cou, caillou, outil

ou

[o]

oh

eau, dos, escargot, hôtel

o, ô

[ɔ]

aw

sol, pomme, cloche, horloge

o

[ə]

uh

fenêtre, genou, cheval, cerise

e
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