French summer words
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How do you say 'summer' in FRENCH?
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L’été - the summer
J’aime beaucoup l’été.
I really like summer.
Le soleil - the sun
Le soleil brille.
The sun is shining.
Les lunettes de soleil - sunglasses
J’ai acheté des lunettes de soleil.
I bought sunglasses.
Un coup de soleil - sunburn
J’ai attrapé un coup de soleil.
I've got a sunburn.
La crème solaire - the sun cream
J’ai un tube de crème solaire.
I have a tube of sun cream.
Bronzer - To get a tan
I've got a tan.
La plage - the beach
C’est une grande plage.
It's a big beach.
La piscine - the swimming pool
Quand je ne peux pas aller à la plage, je vais à la piscine.
When I can't go to the beach, I go to the pool.
Nager - To swim
J’adore nager le matin.
I love swimming in the morning.
Un maillot de bain - a swimsuit
J’ai un nouveau maillot de bain.
I have a new swimsuit.
Un ventilateur - a fan
Je cherche un ventilateur à mettre dans mon bureau.
I am looking for a fan to put in my office.
Les vacances - holidays
J’attends impatiemment les vacances.
I am looking forward to the holidays.
Aller camper - To go camping
Nous allons camper.
We are going to camp.
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