Verbs we used for the pictures on 23rd Jan 2019 (in English alphabetical order):

To carry = porter ( To bring = apporter)

To cook = cuisiner (a kitchen = une cuisine)

To cut = couper

To drive = conduire

To dry (oneself) = se sêcher

To eat = manger

To hear = entendre

To hit / knock = frapper

To hold = tenir

To laugh = rire

To light (a match, a candle) = allumer (une allumette, une bougie)

To listen = écouter

To pay = payer

To play = jouer

To point = indiquer

To put = mettre

To see = voir

To shout = crier

To shower (oneself) = se doucher

To sleep = dormer

To smile = sourer

To stand = se tenir (literally to hold oneself)

To take = prendre

To wait = attendre

To wash (oneself) = se laver

To watch = regarder

Questions we asked and how we answered:

When we looked at the picture of the house, and its rooms, we asked:

Qu’est-ce qu’on peut voir (dans cette image) = what can you (one) see in this image/picture?

We replied:

On peut voir ,,,= you (one) can see ….

Or je peux voir …= I can see (“peux” sounds the same as “peut”)


Qu’est-ce qu’on peut faire (dans la cuisine) = what can you (one) do in the kitchen?

We replied:

On peut dormer = you (one) can sleep


 je peux dormer / on peut me laver / on peut faire une Bain  / on peut faire une douche


Vocab :

A bed = un lit

A book shelf = une étagere à livres

Ground floor = premier étage (first floor = deuxieme étage, etc.)

A bath = le bain

A teddy bear = un ours en peluche (literally a stuffed bear)

An oven = un four

A fridge = un réfrigérateur (or un frigo in slang)

A wash basin = un lavabo

The taps = les robinet

The cold tap = le robinet froid (le robinet chaud for hot)

The bedroom = la chambre

The kitchen = la cuisine

The living room = le salon

The bath room = la sale de bain

A painting = un peinture

A drinks cupboard = une armoire des boissons (?)

A television = un télèvision

A wall = une mur

A shower = une douche

A lamp = une lampe

A gardn = un jardin

A tree = un arbre

Some flowers = des fleurs


Some vocab from the picture of the girls with the car and suitcases :

The suitcase = la valise

The mountain = la montagne (the hill = la colline)

They (female) are speaking/talking = elles parlent (pronounced “el parl”)

In summer = en été (in winter = en hiver, in autumn = en automne, but in spring = au printemps)

four young girls/ladieson holiday = quattre jeune filles en vacances