44 Words/Phrases you should know in French for traveling!

EnglishFrench
1. Hello/ What’s upBonjour (Bon-joor)/ça va (Sah-vah)
2. Thank you/Thank you very muchMerci/ Merci beaucoup (Mercy Boo-coo)
3. Good eveningBonsoir (Bon-swah)
4. Good morningBonjour
5. PleaseS’il vous plaît (see-voo-play)
6. See you laterAu revoir/ À bientôt (oh vwah)
7. See you tomorrowAu demain (oh-day-mon)
8. Good nightBonne nuit (bon-new-ee)
9. Where is the bathroom?Où sont les toilettes? (Ooh son lay twah-let)
10. May I have a glass of water?/ I would like a bottle of waterPuis-je avoir un verre d’eau/ Je voulais un bouteille d’eau (Poo-jay ahv-war ahn vah doh/ jay voo-lay ahn boo-tail doh)
11. May I have a glass of wine?/ I would like a glass of wine.Puis-je avoir un verre de vin?/ Je voulais un verre de vin. (poo-ee-jay ahv-war ahn vah de von/ jay voo-lays ahn vah de von)
12. May I have a English menu?/Do you have a English menú?Puis-je avoir un menu en anglais?/ Avez vous le menu en anglais? (poo-ee-jay ahv-war ahn meh-new ahn ahng-lay/ Avay-voo le meh-new ahng-lay)
13. TaxiTaxi
14. TrainLe Metro
15. BicycleVélo (vello)
16. CarLa Voiture (La Vwah-tour)
17. MotorcycleLa Moto (La mo-toe)
18. How much does this cost?/What’s the price?Combien est-ce que ça coûte?/Quel est le prix? (com-bee-ahn es-say kay sah coot/ kell eh le pree)
19. What time is it?Quelle heure est-il? (kell-air-et-ill)
20. My name isJe m’appelle/mon nom est (jay Mah-pell/ mon nahm eh)
21. This food is goodLa nourriture est délicieuse/ ce repas est délicieux (très bon) (La-noo-ri-tour eh deh-lee-see-us/ say-hey-pa eh deh-lee-see-us) (tray-bon)
22. Have a nice dayPassez une bonne journée. (Passays-ahn-bon-jour-nay)
23. You’re welcomeDe rien (De-ree-on)
24. MoneyL’argent (Lar-jont)
25. Where’s the bank?Où est la banque? (Ooh-ay-la-bank)
26. ChickenVolaille (Vo-lay-el)
27. CheeseFromage (Fro-Mosh)
28. FishPoisson (Pwah-zone)
29. BeerBière (bee-hair)
30. IceGlace (Glass)
31. MeatViande (vee-ahnd)
32. ForkFourchette (Fork-ette)
33. SpoonCuillère (Cool-leah)
34. KnifeCouteau (Coo-tah)
35. BreadPain (Pahn)
36. BakeryBoulangerie (Boo-lahn-jerry)
37. Identification (I.D.)L’identification/ L’identité (Lee-den-tee-fee-cay-siohn)/(Lee-denti-tay)
38. Dress codeVêtement (vet-mahn)
39. It is done (over)/We finishedC’est fini/ on a fini. (say fin-ee/on ah fin-ee)
40. RestRepos/Pause (Ray-pas)
41. BreakfastPetit déjeuner (Peh-tee Day-jah-nay)
42. LunchDéjeuner (Day-jah-nay)
43. DinnerDîner/Repas (Di-nay/Ray-pah)
44. OtherAutre (ahh-tray)

Published by Vee

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