TROUBLES (2)– BASIC FRENCH VOCABULARY PHRASES
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TOPIC: TROUBLES (2)
This lesson is part 2 of common French phrases on the topic of troubles.
Below, we offer more examples of French utterances when you are in trouble. For example, if you have lost something of value, or if you need to call the police or to have somebody do that for you, or if you locked yourself out of a room or car. These are likely situations many of us have experienced once or twice in our lifetime. I hope you can learn how to describe similar situations to a French-speak pal when these unfortunate situations occur.
1. PREVIEW: WORDS & PHRASES
1. J’ai perdu mon passeport.
I lost my passport.
2. On a volé mon passeport.
My passport was stolen.
3. Que dois-je faire?
What should I do?
4. Appelez la police.
Call the police!
5. Au secours!
6. J’ai laissé la clef dans ma chambre.
I left the key in my room.
7. Je suis perdu.
8. Parlez-vous le français?
Do you speak French?
2. PRACTICE: CARD SETS + QUIZZES
3. CONNECT: QUESTIONS & COMMENTS
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