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In this video, we’ll be talking about the Top 10 Most Common Tourist Vocabulary. Let’s
begin! ticket “ticket” For example, you can hear Je vais vérifier votre ticket, Monsieur. “I’m going to check your ticket, sir.” So this happens a lot when you’re in a train, someone’s gonna come up to you and ask for your ticket. touriste “tourist” Les touristes français sont bruyants. “French tourists are noisy.” Umm.. I don’t know why you’re saying that. Not true! itinéraire “itinerary” Je dois planifier mon itinéraire. “I need to plan my itinerary.” Yeah, I love to do that myself, like, I spend maybe two months before my time to look for stuff. guide touristique “guidebook” C’est recommandé dans le guide touristique. “It’s recommended in the guidebook.” bus touristique “tour bus” Ce bus touristique est plein à craquer. “This tour bus is packed.” When I visit new cities, I usually use tour buses. Like, when I went to Chicago, for example. That’s pretty cool, you can see, like, sightseeing and stuff like that. temple “temple” Il y a de très beaux temples au Japon.
“There are beautiful temples in Japan.” I have never been so I cannot confirm about that. But, yeah, maybe. mosquée “mosque” Il y a une mosquée très célèbre à Istanbul.
“There is a very famous mosque in Istanbul.” église “church” Cette famille va à l’église tous les dimanches.
“This family goes to church every Sunday.” Yes, it is very important, do it. cascade “waterfall” Il a pris une jolie cascade en photo. “He took a picture of a beautiful waterfall.” Yeah, I would love to go to the Niagara Falls. Oh my gosh! Ok, put it again! How do you say it? Niagara Really? visiter “to tour” Ma famille va visiter Rome l’année prochaine.
“My family will visit Rome next year.” I haven’t been to Rome, but Milano and Venetia. Beautiful! Okay, that’s all for this lesson. Which phrase
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