Sports, hobbies & leisure activities in French

French lesson 7 of vocabulary: sports, hobbies & leisure activities in French

Sports, hobbies & leisure activities in French

The lexicon (vocabulary) of sports, hobbies and leisure activities is very important in French. Indeed, it is widely used by Francophones. At the beginner level (A1 level), this is one of the first things to learn and master. The French vocabulary of sports, hobbies and leisure activities will allow you to present yourself by expressing your hobbies and activities and what you like in French. It will also allow you to introduce another person by expressing their hobbies and activities and what they like in French. In the beginning, it will be very useful for you to have a basic conversation. Afterwards, this will also be very useful to you because the vocabulary of sports, hobbies and leisure activities is used a lot. The video below will teach you the vocabulary of sports, hobbies and leisure activities in French:

Thanks to this video, you will learn the following sports, hobbies and leisure activities in French: reading, radio, music, television, theater, cinema, concert, swimming pool, travel, sports (hiking, climbing, jogging, swimming, soccer, basketball, rugby, volleyball, badminton, tennis, etc.).

To learn how to express your sports, hobbies and leisure activities in French, watch the video several times while repeating aloud after the teacher and copy the examples written in the video several times. Use the images in the video to associate the sport or the hobby or the leisure activity with writing and pronunciation.

To deepen this French vocabulary lesson on sports, hobbies and leisure activities, you can study the French course: talk about your tastes.

Once you have successfully mastered this vocabulary lesson on sports, hobbies and leisure activities in French, you can move on to the next lexicon lesson:


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