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A to Z French Food Alphabet to Learn French Excitingly

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French pastry: french food vocabulary

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A learner always finds it fascinating to learn French especially when the things and lessons he is learning is practically enjoyable to him. This is definitely a good motivator to allow the learning to surely sink in to the learner. Of course, this is also one way of making the learning more exciting and fun, right?

 

So when it comes to French, one of the things a person will really get to pass into is the terms relative to food and gourmet. This is an interestingly delicious topic; don’t you agree? So to make the learning more exciting, allow this article to give you terms from French alphabets in A to Z. This is applicable to both young and not-so-young learners.

 

A

Apple

Artichoke

Avocado

la pomme

l’artichaut

l’avocat

B

Baker

Banana

Blackberry

le boulanger

la banana

la mûre

C

Cake

Can

Candy

le gateau

la boîte de conserve

le bonbon

D

Dessert

Doughnut

Diet

le dessert

Le beignet

Régime

E

Eggplant

Eat

Egg

l’aubergine

manger

l’oeuf

F

Food

Fruit

Frying pan

nourriture

le fruit

la poêle

G

Gingerbread

Grape

Grapefruit

le pain d’épices

le raisin

le pamplemousse

H

Ham

Honey

Hot dog

le jambon

le rayon de miel

le hot-dog

I

Ice

Ice cream

Ice cream cone

la glace

la glace/la crème glacée

cornet de glace

J

Jam

Jelly

Juice

la confiture

la gelée

le jus

K

Kettle

Kitchen

Knife

la bouilloire

la cuisine

le couteau

L

Lemon

Lobster

Lollipop

le citron

le homard

la sucette

M

Meat

Milk

Mushroom

la viande

le lait

le champignon

N

Napkin

Noodle

Nut

la serviette

la nouille

la noix

O

Oil

Onion

Orange

l’huile

l’oignon

l’orange

P

Pear

Pickle

 

Pie

la poire

le cornichon, conserves au vinaigre

la tarte

Q

 

 

R

Rice

Rolling pin

Roll

le riz

le rouleau à pâtisserie

le petit pain

S

Salad

Salami

Soup

la salade

le salami

la soupe

T

Tea

Toaster

Tomato

le thé

le grille-pain

la tomate

U

Utensils

les ustensiles

V

Vegetable

Vinegar

le legume

le vinaigre

W

Watermelon

Whisk

la pastèque

le fouet

Y

Yam

Yogurt

Yolk

l’igname

le yaourt

le jaune d’oeuf

Z

Zucchini

la courgette

 

Just like when you are interested to learn French abroad, it is also recommendable to learn the French language in a country where it is widely spoken.

 

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