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Nager - to swim.

Verbs Relating to Travel 02

What do ‘déranger’, ‘décoller’ and ‘s’asseoir’ mean? How would you say, ‘to leave’, ‘to slow down’, or ‘to lie in’?

Aged 14 to 16 and studying French? This enjoyable rapid revision quiz was created to help you.

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In this second quiz on French Verbs Relating to Travel we look at another forty words and phrases you will find useful if you ever visit France. Not only that - they are also good to know when it comes to taking your GCSE exams. These questions and answers are a fast and fun way to both learn and revise so give them a try and see how many you can get right first time.

In each question you will be given a word or words in English. All you have to do is choose the French equivalent from the four choices offered.
1.
To wake up
Attendre
Nager
Se réveiller
Remarquer
Attendre = to wait (for)
Nager = to swim
Remarquer = to notice
2.
To introduce oneself
Se présenter
Se promener
Se débrouiller
Se mettre en route
Se promener = to go for a walk
Se débrouiller = to get by / to cope
Se mettre en route = to set off
3.
To drive
Casser
Chercher
Décoller
Conduire
Casser = to break
Chercher = to look for
Décoller = to take off
4.
To seem
Partir
Plaire
Paraître
Tourner
Partir = to leave
Plaire = to please
Tourner = to turn
5.
To disturb
Déranger
Descendre
Dresser
Durer
Descendre = to come down
Dresser = to put up (tent)
Durer = to last
6.
To slow down
Ralentir
Rester
Retourner
S’asseoir
Rester = to stay
Retourner = to return
S’asseoir = to sit down
7.
To leave
Lever
Laver
Laisser
Livrer
Lever = to lift
Laver = to wash
Livrer = to deliver
8.
To lie in / sleep in
Faire du camping
Faire la connaissance
Se coucher
Faire la grasse matinée
Faire du camping = to go camping
Faire la connaissance = to get to know
Se coucher = to go to bed
9.
To park
Baigner
Garer
Héberger
Donner sur
Baigner = to bathe / swim
Héberger = to lodge / accommodate
Donner sur = to overlook
10.
To miss / to lack
Marcher
Manquer
Monter
Habituer à
Marcher = to walk
Monter = to go up / ascend
Habituer à = to get used to
Author:  Graeme Haw

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