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1. Identity and culture: daily life, food and drin


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appétit (m)
appetite
pomme (f)
apple
abricot (m)
apricot
banane (f)
banana
haricot (m)
bean
bière (f)
beer
bœuf (m)
beef
addition (f)
bill
biscuit (m); petit gâteau (m)
biscuit
bouteille (f)
bottle
pain (m)
bread
petit-déjeuner (m)
breakfast
choux de Bruxelles (m/pl)
brussels sprouts
beurre (m)
butter
chou (m)
cabbage
café (m)
café
gâteau (m)
cake
carotte (f)
carrot
chou-fleur (m)
cauliflower
céréales (f/pl)
cereals
champagne (m)
champagne
fromage (m)
cheese
cerise (f)
cherry
poulet (m)
chicken
frites (f/pl)
chips
chocolat (m)
chocolate
choix (m)
choice
côtelette (f) (de porc/d’agneau)
chop (e.g. pork/lamb)
cidre (m)
cider
fermé (le lundi)
closed (on Mondays)
cacao (m)
cocoa
café (m)
coffee
saucisson (m)
cold sliced meat (e.g. salami)
cuit
cooked, boiled
crème (f)
cream
chips (f/pl)
crisps
concombre (m)
cucumber
tasse (f)
cup
client (m)/cliente (f)
customer
délicieux/euse
delicious
dessert (m)
dessert
salle à manger (f)
dining room
plat du jour (m)
dish of the day
boisson (f)
drink
œuf (m)
egg
bon appétit!
enjoy your meal!
euro (m)
euro
repas du soir; dîner (m)
evening meal, dinner
poisson (m)
fish
menu à prix fixe (m)
fixed price menu
alimentation (f)
food
nourriture (f)
food
provisions (f/pl)
food shopping
fourchette (f)
fork
fruit (m)
fruit
tarte (aux pommes etc) (f)
fruit pie
jus de fruit (m)
fruit juice
baguette (f)
French stick (i.e. long loaf of bread)
verre (m)
glass
pamplemousse (m)
grapefruit
raisins (m/pl)
grapes
haricots verts (m/pl)
green beans
jambon (m)
ham
hamburger (m)
hamburger
chocolat chaud (m)
hot chocolate
hypermarché (m)
hypermarket
glace (f)
ice cream
glacier (m)
ice cream parlour
auberge (f)
inn (traditional)
pot (m)
jar
confiture (f)
jam
jus (m)
juice
brochette (f)
kebab
couteau (m)
knife
agneau (m)
lamb
citron (m)
lemon
limonade (f)
lemonade
salade (f)
lettuce, salad
déjeuner (m)
lunch
plat principal (m)
main course
margarine (f)
margarine
repas (m)
meal
viande (f)
meat
boulette (f)
meatball
melon (m)
melon
carte (f)
menu
lait (m)
milk
viande hâchée (f)
mince
eau minérale (f)
mineral water
mélangé
mixed
argent (m)
money
champignon (m)
mushroom
moutarde (f)
mustard
serviette (f)
napkin
huile (f)
oil
oignon (m)
onion
omelette (f)
omelette
orange (f)
orange
paquet (m)
packet
pâté (m)
pâté
pâtisseries (f/pl)
pastries
petits pois (m/pl)
peas
pêche (f)
peach
poire (f)
pear
pizza (f)
pizza
poivre (m)
pepper
poivron (m)
pepper (vegetable)
tartine (f)
piece of bread (with butter/jam often for breakfast)
ananas (m)
pineapple
pizzeria (f)
pizzeria, pizza restaurant
couvert (m)
place setting
assiette (f)
plate
prune (f)
plum
porc (m)
pork
portion (f)
portion
cafetière (f)
pot of coffee
pomme de terre (f)
potato
plat cuisiné (m)
prepared food/ready meal
radis (m)
radish
framboise (f)
raspberry
journée de repos (f)
rest day, day off
restaurant (m)
restaurant
riz (m)
rice
rôti
roast
petit pain (m)
roll (bread)
sel (m)
salt
salé
salty/savoury
sauce vinaigrette (f)
salad dressing
sandwich (m)
sandwich
saucisse (f)
sausage
self-service (m), self (m)
self-service
service (m)
service
tranche (f)
slice
casse-croûte (m)
snack
snack (m); quick (m)
snack bar
escargots (m/pl)
snails
soupe (f)/potage (m)
soup
spécialité (f)
speciality
cuillère (f)
spoon
hors d’œuvre (m); entrée (f)
starter
fraise (f)
strawberry
steak (m); bifteck (m)
steak
bonbon (m)
sweet
sucré; doux/douce
sweet (tasting)
sucre (m)
sugar
table (f)
table
nappe (f)
table cloth
tarte (f)
tart
savoureux/savoreuse
tasty
thé (m)
tea
goûter (m)
tea time snack
salon de thé (m)
tea room
petite cuiller (f); petite cuillère (f)
tea spoon
pourboire (m)
tip (money)
to order
commander
to pay
payer
to serve
servir
to taste
goûter
servir
to wait at table, to serve
tomate (f)
tomato
thon (m)
tuna
vanille (f)
vanilla
légume (m)
vegetable
végétarien/ne
vegetarian
vinaigre (m)
vinegar
serveur (m) /serveuse (f)
waiter/waitress
eau (f)
water
vin (m)
wine
yaourt (m)
yoghurt
artichaut (m)
artichoke
appétissant
appetising
pression (f)
beer (from the pump)
amer/amère
bitter
œuf à la coque (m); œuf dur (m)
boiled egg; hard-boiled egg
apéritif (m)
drink before meal
canard (m)
duck
œuf au plat (m)
fried egg
infusion (f)
fruit tea
cuisses de grenouille (f/pl)
frogs’ legs
lait entier (m)
full fat milk
ail (m)
garlic
fromage de chèvre (m)
goat’s cheese
oie (f)
goose
pâté de foie gras (m)
goose liver pâté
jus (m)
gravy
fait(e) maison
homemade
miel (m)
honey
poireaux (m)
leeks
laitue (f)
lettuce
pain (m)
loaf
à point
medium (steak)
nouilles (f/pl)
noodles
pistache (f)
pistachio
saignant
rare (steak)
cru
raw
crudités (f/pl)
raw vegetables starter
saumon (m)
salmon
soucoupe (f)
saucer
fruits de mer (m/pl)
sea food
lait (demi)-écrémé (m)
(semi-)skimmed milk
fumé
smoked
épicé
spicy
épinards (m/pl)
spinach
entrecôte (f)
steak
à la vapeur
steamed (boiled)
souper (m)
supper
goûteux/goûteuse
tasty
plateau (m)
tray
truite (f)
trout
dinde (f)
turkey
veau (m)
veal
bien cuit/e
well-cooked
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