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French Beginners | Transportation

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The lexicon “transportation” to improve your French vocabulary 🙂

un vélo / a bicycle
un bus / a bus
une trottinette / a scooter
une moto / a motorcycle
un avion / a plane
un train / a train
le métro / le métro
un bateau / a boat
une mobylette / a moped
des patins à roulettes / roller skates
une planche à roulettes / a skateboard
un camion / a truck

In this short French lesson for beginners, we’ll teach you some useful phrases that you can use in situations related to transportation.
We suggest you watch this video first, which will be the basis of our mini course. Listen carefully to this video, repeat the sentences several times and then take the quiz. Good luck!

 

To extend this short lesson, you will find after the quiz some more words to improve your French lexicon.

The lexicon “transportation” to improve your French vocabulary 🙂

l’arrêt de bus / the bus stop
la gare / the train station
l’aéroport / the airport
un permis de conduire / a driving licence
un ticket de bus / a bus ticket
un garage / a garage
le départ / the departure
un voyage / a trip
une ceinture de sécurité / a seat belt
le coffre de la voiture / the trunk of the car
un voyageur / a traveler
une ligne de métro / a metro line
une route / a road
l’arrivée / the arrival
conduire / to drive

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