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GCSE 09

French Vocabulary book

Version- Draft 1




GCSE French




Edexcel GCSE in French


Edexcel GCSE 2009 French Vocabulary Book


Edexcel are pleased to provide this free vocabulary book freely to support learners following the Edexcel GCSE 2009 Specification in French.
Please note: the most up to date version of this document is available on the Edexcel website and a definitive list of core vocabulary is available in the Edexcel Specification.

Introduction
This bilingual glossary has been produced to support you in your language learning and to help you prepare for the Edexcel GCSE. It features a revised minimum core vocabulary foundation level vocabulary (this has been expanded from the original one in the specification) as well as higher level vocabulary. English meanings, genders and irregular word endings are given and the vocabulary is listed both alphabetically and under the following Edexcel headings:
High Frequency Language
Verbs

Adjectives

Colours

Adverbs

Numbers

Quantities

Connecting Words

Time Expressions

Times

Days of the Week

Months of the Year

Question Words

Countries

Continents

Nationalities

Areas/Mountains/Cities/Rivers

Acronyms and Abbreviations

Social Conventions

Prepositions
Listening and Reading Topics
Out and About

  • Visitor Information, Basic Weather, Local Amenities, Accommodation, Public Transport, Directions

Customer Services and Transactions

  • Cafes and Restaurants, Shops, Dealing with Problems

Personal Information

  • General Interest, Leisure Activities, Family and Friends, Lifestyle (healthy eating and exercise)

Future Plans, Education and Work

  • Basic Language of the Internet, Simple Job Advertisements, Simple Job Applications and CV, School and College, Work and Work Experience


Speaking and Writing Topics
Media and Culture

  • Music/Film/Reading, Fashion/Celebrities/Religion, Blogs/Internet

Sports and Leisure

  • Hobbies/interests, Sporting Events, Lifestyle Choices

Travel and Tourism

  • Holidays, Accommodation, Eating (food and drink)

Business, Work and Employment

  • Work Experience/Part-time Jobs, Product or service Information



Although words are listed under specific topic headings, they are not always exclusive to these. Many words can also relate to other topic areas, but may only be listed in one.
At the end of each section you will find some blank pages, these enable you to note down other words that you encounter during the GCSE course and which may prove useful.
Please note that this is not a complete list of all vocabulary for the Edexcel GCSE, and should be used as a reference guide that students can refer to and add to rather than a definitive list of vocabulary needed to achieve a specific grade.
This vocabulary book is currently a first draft; if centres notice any errors in the vocabulary lists contained in this document please let us know and we will ensure they are updated appropriately.
Section 1
High Frequency Language
This has been taken from the appendix in the specification
Verbs


to accept

accepter

to accompany

accompagner

to add

ajouter

to advise

conseiller

to allow

permettre

to answer

répondre

to apply to

s’adresser à

to argue

se disputer

to arrive

arriver

to ask

demander

to ask a question

poser une question

to avoid, to prevent, to warn

prévenir

to be

être

to be able to

pouvoir

to be bored

s’ennuyer

to be called

s’appeler

to be interested in

s’intéresser à

to be located

se trouver

to be quiet

se taire

to be right

avoir raison

to be wrong

avoir tort

to begin

commencer

to believe/think

croire

to borrow

emprunter

to buy

acheter

to call

appeler

to cancel

annuler

to change

changer

to chat

bavarder

to check

vérifier

to choose

choisir

to click

cliquer

to climb, get on

monter

to close

fermer

to come

venir

to contact

contacter

to cost

coûter

to count, intend

compter

to cry

pleurer

to deal with things on your own

se débrouiller

to decide

décider

to describe

décrire

to deserve

mériter

to discuss

discuter

to drink

boire

to drive

conduire

to eat

manger

to end

se terminer

to enjoy oneself

s’amuser

to enter/go in

entrer

to escape

s’échapper

to fall

tomber

to fill

remplir

to find

trouver

to finish, end

finir

to follow

suivre

to forge

oublier

to forgive

pardonner

to get angry

se fâcher

to give

donner

to give (presents)

offrir

to go along (in a car)

rouler

to go down

descendre

to go for a walk

se promener

to go up

monter

to go wrong/to fail, to miss

rater

to hate

détester

to have

avoir

to have to

devoir

to hear

entendre

to help

aider

to hold

tenir

to hope

espérer

to hurry

se dépêcher

to improve

améliorer

to inform

informer

to introduce

introduire

to invite

inviter

to jump

sauter

to knock, hit

frapper

to know (a fact)

savoir

to know (be familiar with)

connaître

to land

atterrir

to last

durer

to laugh

rire

to learn

apprendre

to leave

partir

to leave

quitter

to leave (an object)

laisser

to lend

prêter

to lift the receiver

décrocher

to light, turn on

allumer

to like

aimer

to listen

écouter

to live

habiter

to live

vivre

to load, to charge

charger

to look after

s’occuper de

to look like, to resemble

ressembler à

to lose

perdre

to love

adorer

to manage

se débrouiller

to meet

rencontrer

to miss

manquer

to note

noter

to open

ouvrir

to order

commander

to organise

organiser

to park

garer

to park

stationner

to pass by/to go

passer

to phone

téléphoner

to place, ask (a question)

poser (une question)

to please

plaire

to prefer

préférer

to present

présenter

to prevent

empêcher

to produce

produire

to pull

tirer

to push

pousser

to put

mettre

to put back

remettre

to receive, be host to

recevoir

to recommend

recommander

to refund

rembourser

to regret, be sorry

regretter

to remember

se rappeler/se souvenir

to rent/to hire

louer

to repair

réparer

to repeat

répéter

to replace

remplacer

to reply

répondre

to research

rechercher

to reserve

réserver

to return

rentrer

to return

retourner

to revise

réviser

to ring

sonner

to save

sauver

to say

dire

to see

voir

to seem

sembler

to sell

vendre

to send

envoyer

to serve

servir

to show

montrer

to sign

signer

to sit down

s’asseoir

to sleep

dormir

to smile

sourire

to snow

neiger

to speak

parler

to spend

dépenser

to stay

rester

to steal/fly

voler

to stick

coller

to stop

s’arrêter

to study

étudier

to succeed

réussir

to surf the internet

surfer sur internet

to switch off

fermer/éteindre

to switch off

fermer

to switch on

allumer

to take

prendre

to tell

raconter

to thank

remercier

to think

penser

to think, believe

croire

to throw

jeter

to touch

toucher

to try

essayer

to type

taper

to understand

comprendre

to use

se servir de

to use

utiliser

to visit

rendre visite à (person)

to visit

visiter (place)

to wait for

attendre

to walk

marcher

to want

vouloir

to want, desire

désirer

to win, earn

gagner

to wish

souhaiter

to work

travailler

to write

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