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Unformatted text preview: Lesson 2.03 - Shopping V: Shopping French Vocabulary • Print version • audio (upload) Shopping Les achats To Go Shopping Buying Goods faire des courses le(la) vendeur(euse) salesperson to go shopping faire du shopping le(la) cassier(-ière) cashier faire le marché to go grocery shopping (plus/moins) cher(ère) (more/less) expensive faire du lèche-vitrine to go window shopping la vitrine display window porter to wear, to carry en solde on sale demander to ask (for) le prix price demander le prix - to ask for the price payer to pay cash register la caisse payer à la caisse to pay at the counter checkout counter vendre to sell coûter to cost How much is it? C’est combien? [lit: It's how much?] acheter to buy Ça coûte combien? [lit:It costs how much?] How much does [noun] cost? Combien coûte [nom]? [lit: How much costs [noun]?] General Goods Stores Foods Stores le magasin shop; store le supermarché supermarket le centre commercial mall; shopping centre l'hypermarché (m) hypermarket; big supermarket 1 le grand magasin department store la boucherie butcher shop le rayon department la boulangerie bakery la boutique small store le dépôt de pain a place that sells bread la pharmacie pharmacy; chemist la charcuterie le marché outdoor market la crémerie la pâtisserie la poissonnerie delicatessen dairy store pastry shop; pâtisserie seafood store; fishmonger l'épicerie (f) grocery 2 2 3 4 1. French butchers do not sell pork, pork products, nor horsemeat. For these products, go to a charcuterie. However, a lot of boucheries are also charcuteries, and are called boucherie-charcuterie 2. In France, bakeries only sell fresh bread; e.g. the bread is baked on site. Places where they sell bread that is not fresh are called dépôt de pain. 3. 'Charcuteries' sell things besides pork products, including pâté, salami, cold meats, salads, quiches and pizzas. 4. An alternative to an 'épicerie' is an alimentation générale (a general foodstore). G: Object Pronouns Review ...
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