French daily routine vocabulary

French lesson 25 of vocabulary: French daily routine vocabulary

French daily routine vocabulary

The lexicon of daily activities is very important in French. Indeed, it is widely used by Francophones. Knowing the French daily routine vocabulary will allow you to tell about your day and discuss daily activities with French speakers. At the beginner level (A1 level), this is one of the things to learn and master. The video below will teach you the French daily routine vocabulary:

Thanks to this video, you will learn the most common daily activities in French. To understand orally the French daily routine vocabulary and pronounce it well, watch the video several times, repeating aloud after the teacher. When the teacher says “se réveiller”, say “se réveiller”. When the teacher says “se lever”, say “se lever”. When the teacher says “prendre le petit-déjeuner”, say “prendre le petit-déjeuner”, etc. Thus, You will be able to understand orally and to pronounce the French daily routine vocabulary. To do this well, watch the video several times, repeating each daily activity aloud after the teacher.

To fully understand in writing the French daily routine vocabulary and to write it well, copy the list below several times. Use the images in the video to help you understand the meaning of each daily activity. Here is the list of daily activities presented in the video (in chronological order):

- se réveiller
- se lever
- prendre le petit-déjeuner
- se doucher
- se brosser les dents
- se coiffer
- se maquiller
- se raser
- s’habiller
- lire un livre
- jardiner
- regarder la télévision
- faire la vaisselle
- se coucher

For convenience, below is the list of the French vocabulary of healthcare professions in the video (in chronological order) with the English translation:

- se réveiller = to wake up
- se lever = to get up
- prendre le petit-déjeuner = to have breakfast
- se doucher = to take a shower
- se brosser les dents = to brush your teeth
- se coiffer = to do your hair
- se maquiller = to put on makeup
- se raser = to shave
- s’habiller = to get dressed
- lire un livre = to read a book
- jardiner = to garden
- regarder la télévision = to watch television
- faire la vaisselle = to do the dishes
- se coucher = to go to bed

Once you have successfully mastered this vocabulary lesson on daily activities in French, you can move on to the following lexicon lesson:

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