150 French Sentences, 400 Verbs

There are actually 130 French sentences and 400 verbs.

The Excel formulas for manipulating these data lists is found above.

This is simply a listening drill. One idea is to go through the list a few times, and then write each one out as you go along, without watching the video, and seeing how many you got correct. Here is the list.

A demain! See you tomorrow!
A quelle heure commence? At what time does…begin?
A quelle heure est le dernier train? When is the last train?
A quelle heure est le dernier bus? When is the last bus?
A quelle heure finit…? When does it end?
A quelle heure l’hôtel de ville est-il ouvert? At what time is the town hall open?
A tout à l’heure! See you later!
Applelez-moi un taxi, s’il vous plaît – Call me a taxi, please
Asseyez-vous – Sit down
Attendez ici, s’il vous plaît – Please wait here
Attention ! Watch out !
Au revoir ! Goodbye, see you !
Aujourd’hui il fait mauvais – We’ve not been blessed with good weather today
Aujourd’hui il fait beau – It’s nice weather today
Avec plaisir ! With pleasure !
Avez-vous aimé…? – Did you like…?
Avez-vous faim? Are you hungry?
Bienvenue ! Welcome !
Bonjour! Hello!
Bonsoir! Good evening!
Oui, s’il vous plaît – Yes, please
Pardon / Désolé ! Pardon / Excuse me !
Pardon / Comment? Sorry?
Parlez-vous anglais? Do you speak English?
Permettez-moi de me présenter – May I introduce myself
Pourriez-vous l’écrire, s’il vous plaît? Could you write it down, please?
Pourriez-vous m’accompagner jusqu’à…? Could you come with me to…?
Pourriez-vous parler plus lentement, SVP? Could you speak more slowly?
Pouvez-vous appeler un médecin SVP? Please call a doctor !
Que désirez-vous? What do you like?
Que s’est-il passé? What happened?
Quel bus faut-il prendre pour aller à…? Which bus do I have to take to go…?
Quel est votre passe-temps favori? What is your hobby?
Quel temps fait-il aujourd’hui? What is the weather like today?
Quelle est votre profession? What is your job?
Quelle heure est-il? What time is it?
SVP – Please !
Voulez-vous manger? Would you like to eat?
Cela ne fait rien – It doesn’t matter
Comment? Could you repeat that?
Comment dit-on….en anglais? How to you say…in English?
Comment puis-je aller à – How can I get to…
Comment vous appelez-vous? What is your name?
D’accord ! All right!
De quelle nationalitéêtes-vous? What is your nationality?
Déjeunons ensemble! Let’s eat together!
Dînons ensemble! Let’s eat together !
Dépêchez-vous ! Please hurry !
D’où êtes-vous? Where do you come from?
Enchanté – Pleased to meet you
Etes-vous étudiant? Are you a student?
Etes-vous touriste? Are you a tourist?
Excusez-moi pour mon retard – Excuse me for being so late
Il fait très froid aujourd’hui – It is very cold today
Il neige – It’s snowing
J’ai compris – I understand
J’ai mal à la tête – I have a headache
J’ai mal au ventre – I have a stomachache
J’ai mal aux dents – I have a toothache
J’ai soif – I’m thirsty
Je m’appelle – My name is….
Je me sens mal – I feel ill
Je ne comprends pas – I don’t understand
Je ne parle pas anglais – I don’t speak English
Je suis allergique à – I’m allergic to…
Je suis content de vous rencontrer – Nice to meet you
Je suis contente de vous rencontrer – Nice to meet you
Je suis contente de fair votre connaissance – Nice to meet you
Je vais bien – I’m fine
Je viens de – I come from…
Je voudrais prendre rendez-vous chez le dentiste – I’d like to make an appointment at the dentist’s
Je voudrais visiter – I would like to visit…
Je vous en prie – You’re welcome
Je vous invite à – I’d like to invite you to…
Le temps va changer – The weather is going to change
Merci beaucoup – Thank you very much
Mesdames, Mesdemoiselles, Messieurs – Ladies and gentlemen
Non, merci – No, thank you
Nous vous invitons – We  invite you…
Oú dois-je descendre? Where must I get off?
Oú est le bureau des objets trouvés? Where is the lost property office?
Oú se trouve la pharmacie la plus proche? Where is the nearest chemist’s shop?
Comment se dit…en anglais? How do you say…in English?
Comment vous appelez-vous? What is your name?
D’accord ! All right!
De quelle nationalitéêtes-vous? What is your nationality?
Déjeunons ensemble! Let’s eat together!
Dépêchez-vous ! Please hurry !
Enchanté – Pleased to meet you
Etes-vous étudiant? Are you a student?
Etes-vous touriste? Are you a tourist?
Excusez-moi  – Excuse me
Excusez-moi pour mon retard – Excuse me for being so late
Je ne comprends pas – I don’t understand
Je suis content de vous rencontrer – Nice to meet you
Je suis contente de vous rencontrer – Nice to meet you
Je suis de Paris – I am from Paris
Je voudrais visiter – I would like to visit…
Le parking est devant vous – The car parking place is in front of you
Le temps va changer – The weather is going to change
Mesdames, Mesdemoiselles, Messieurs – Ladies and gentlemen
Non, merci – No, thank you
Parlez-vous – Do you speak…
Permettez-moi de me présenter, je m’appelle – May I introduce myself, my name is…
Pourquoi? Why?
Pourrais-je avoir un autographe, SVP? May I have an autograph, please?
Pourriez-vous parler plus lentement, SVP? Could you speak more slowly?
Prenez votre temps – Take your time
Quel bus faut-il prendre pour aller…? Which bus do I have to take to go to…?
Quel est votre passe-temps favori? What is your hobby
Quel temps fait-il aujourd’hui? What is the weather like today?
Quelle est la température? What is the temperature?
Quelle est votre profession? What is your job?
Quelle heure est-il? What time is it?
Quelles sont les prévisions météorologiques pour demain? What is the weather forecase for tomorrow?
Voulez-vous manger? Would you like to eat?
À quelle heure sert-on le petit déjeuner? When do you serve breakfast?
Apportez-nous l’addition, SVP! Can you bring us the bill, please!
Avez-vous des chambres libres? Do you have any vacancies?
Avez-vous préparé  ma note? Is my bill ready, please?
Chambre avec bain, balcon, douche – A room with a bath, balcony, shower
Combien coûte – How much is…
Garçon / Mademoiselle! Waiter / Waitress!
J’ai retenu une chambre pour une personne – I booked a single room
Je partirai ce soir – I am leaving tonight
Je voudrais / J’ai besoin – I would like / I need
La clé numéro, SVP – Key number…please
L’ascenseur est sur votre droite – The elevator is on your right
L’ascenseur est sur votre gauche – The elevator is on your left
Où pouvons-nous manger? Where can we eat?
Où pouvons-nous prendre le déjeuner? Where can wehave lunch?
Où pouvons-nous prendre le dîner? Where can we have dinner?
Où pouvons-nous prendre le petit-déjeuner? Where can we have breakfast?
Où se trouve l’hôtel? Where is the hotel?
Pourriez-vous l’écrire, SVP? Could you write it down, please?
Pouvez-vous nous apporter la carte des vins? Can you bring us the list of beverages?
Pouvez-vous vous occuper de mes bagages, SVP? Could you take care of my luggage, please?
Préférez-vous deux lits d’une personne? Do you prefer two single beds?
Qu’allez-vous boire? What are you going to drink?
Réveillez-moi à…heure, SVP – Please wake me up at
Souhaitez-vous une chambre double? Do you wish a twin room?
Y a-t-il du courrier pour moi? Are there any letters for me?
Faites-moi de la monnaie, SVP – Please give me change for…
Je désire encaisser ce chèque de voyage – I would like to cash this traveler’s cheque
Je suis allergique à – I’m allergic to…
Je voudrais envoyer cette lettre en recommandé – I would like to register that letter
Je voudrais prendre rendez-vous chez le dentiste – I’d like to make an appointment at the dentist’s
He voudrais une communication en PCV – I would like to collect call to….
Où puis-je faire de la monnaie? Where can I get some change?
Où se trouve la pharmacie la plus procher? Where is the nearest chemist’s shop?
Pouvez-vous appeler un médecin, SVP? Can you call a doctor, please?
Etes-vous sportif? Are you a sportsman?
Où vous entraînez –vous? Where do you practice?
Que désirez-vous? What would you like?
Que s’est-il passé? What happened?
Quel sport pratiquez-vous? What sport do you practice?

Être – to be
Avoir – to have
Faire – to do
Dire – to say
Pouvoir – to be able to / can
Aller – to go
Voir – to see
Vouloir – to want
Venire – to come
Devoir – to have to
Prendre – to take
Trouver – to find
Donner – to give
Falloir – to have to
Parler – to talk
Mettre – to put
Savoir – to know
Passer – to pass
Regarder – to watch
Aimer – to like/love
Croire – to believe
Demander – to ask
Rester – to stay
Répondre – to answer
Entendre – to hear
Penser – to think
Arriver – to arrive
Connaître – to know
Devenir – to become
Sentire – to smell/feel
Sembler – to seem
Tenir – to hold
Comprendre – to understand
Rendre – to give back
Attendre – to wait
Sortir – to go out
Vivre – to live
Entrer – to enter
Reprendre – to take back/resume
Porter – to carry/wear
Chercher – to search
Revenir – to come back
Appeler – to call
Mourir – to die
Partire – to leave
Jeter – to throw
Suivre – to follow
Écrire – to write
Montrer – to show
Tomber – to fall
Ouvrir – to open
Arrêter – to stop
Perdre – to loose
Commencer – to start
Paraître – to appear/seem
Marcher – to walk
Lever – to rise
Permettre – to permit/allow
Asseoir – to sit
Écouter – to listen
Monter – to go up/mount
Apercevoir – to see
Recevoir – to receive
Servir – to serve
Finir – to finish/end
Rire – to laugh
Crier – to shout
Jouer – to play
Tourner – to turn
Garder – to keep
Reconnaître – to recognize
Quitter – to quit
Manger – to eat
Courir – to run
Continuer – to continue
Oublier – to forget
Descendre – to descend/go down
Cacher – to hide
Poser – to place/put
Tirer – to pull
Présenter – to present
Ajouter – to add
Agir – to act
Retrouver – to find/retrieve
Offrir – to offer
Apprendre – to learn
Tuer – to kill
Retourner – to return
Rencontrer – to meet
Envoyer – to send
Dormir – to sleep
Pousser – to push
Rappeler – to recall/remember
Lire – to read
Changer – to change
Essayer – to try
Compter – to count
Occuper – to occupy
Expliquer – to explain
Frapper – to hit
Travailler – to work
Obtenir – to obtain/get
Pleurer – to cry
Répéter – to repeat
Payer – to pay
Apporter – to bring
Exister – to exist
Boire – to drink
Sourire – to smile
Coucher – to lay down/put to bed
Causer – to cause
Raconter – to tell
Serrer – to tighten/grip tight
Songer – to think of/consider
Manquer – to miss
Nommer – to name
Conduire – to drive
Saisir – to grab/seize
Demeurer – to remain
Remettre – to put back
Disparaître – to disappear
Battre – to beat
Toucher – to touch
Apparaître – to appear
Souffrir – to suffer
Fermer – to close
Accepter – to accept
Naître – to be born
Sauver – to save
Avancer – to move forward
Traverser – to cross
Sourvenir – to remember/remind
Courvrir – to cover
Gagner – to win/earn
Former – to form/train
Plaire – to please
Embrasser – to kiss
Oser – to dare
Empêcher – to prevent
Refuser – to refuse
Décider – to decide
Produire – to produce
Charger – to load
Mêler – to mix
Espérer – to hope
Cesser – to stop
Ressembler – to look like/to be like
Chanter – to sing
Approcher – to approach/come close
Prier – to pray
Échapper – to escape
Glisser – to slip/glide
Briller – to shine
Bruler – to burn
Placer – to place
Juger – to judge
Atteindre – to reach
Annoncer – to announce
Élever – to raise
Acheter – to buy
Mener – to lead
Préparer – to prepare
Assurer – to ensure/assure
Deviner – to guess
Considérer – to consider
Appartenir – to belong to
Représenter – to represent
Tromper – to deceive/cheat
Vendre – to sell
Craindre – to fear
Emporter – to take with one/take away
Exprimer – to express
Rouler – to roll
Posséder –to own/possess
Réveiller – to wake/wake up
Aider – to help
Découvrir – to discover
Choisir – to choose
Prononcer – to pronounce
Rêver – to dream
Appuyer – to press/push
Étendre – to extend/stretch out
Trembler – to tremble/shake
Défendre – to defend/forbid
Créer – to create
Maintenir – to maintain
Indiquer – to indicate
Promettre – to promise
Relever – to stand up again/put back on its feet
Abandonner – to abandon/desert
Ignorer – to ignore
Accompagner – to go with/accompany
Adresser – to address
Observer – to observe/watch
Séparer – to separate
Marier – to marry
Prévoir – to foresee
Amener – to bring
Obliger – to force/oblige
Éclairer – to light/lighten up
Poursuivre – to carry on/continue
Livrer – to deliver
Contenir – to contain
Fuir – to run away/flee
Couler – to flow/run
Proposer – to propose
Éprouver – to test/afflict/feel
Retenir – to retain
Attacher – to attach
Voler – to fly/steel
Entraîner – to drag/train/carry along
Surprendre – to surprise
Briser – to break
Imaginer – to imagine
Diriger – to direct/lead
Parvenir – to reach/achieve
Pénétrer – to penetrate
Remarquer – to notice
Éviter – to avoid
Établir – to establish
Réussir – to succeed
Pencher – to lean
Habiter – to live in
Entrourer – to surround
Déclarer – to declare
Étonner- to surprise
Dresser – to put up/draw up
Durer – to last
Fixer – to fix
Désirer – to desire
Arracher – to tear/tear out
Soutenir – to support
Couper – to cut
Examiner – to examine
Douter – to doubt
Retirer – to withdraw/remove
Promener – to take for a walk
Forcer – to force
Revoir – to review
Remplir – to fill/fill up
Terminer – to end/finish/complete
Tenter – to attempt
Remonter – to go back up
Installer – to install
Soulever – to lift/raise
Allumer – to light
Imposer – to impose
Respirer – to breathe
Baisser – to lower
Souffler – to blow
Attirer – to attract
Prêter – to lend
Amuser – to entertain/amuse
Éclater – to burst
Réunir – to gather together/call together
Traiter – to treat/deal
Engager – to engage
Traîner – to drag
Emloyer – to use/employ
Marquer – to mark
Prouver – to prove
Importer – to import
Exiger – to require
Reposer – to rest
Danser – to dance
Saluer – to salute
Accorder – to grant
Achever – to complete
Avouer – to confess to
Distinguer – to distinguish
Emmener – to take
Agiter – to agitate
Hésiter – to hesitate
Sonner – to ring
Composer – to compose/make up
Enlever – to remove
Rejoindre – to return/give back
Ramener – to bring back
Étudier – to study
Partager – to share
Chasser – to hunt
Interrompre – to interrupt
Éloigner – to move something away
Réduire – to reduce
Éteindre – to switch off/put out
Recommencer – to start again
Sauter – to jump/skip
Plaindre – to complain
Préférer – to prefer
Révéler – to reveal
Subir – to suffer/undergo
Rapporter – to report
Couter – to cost
Réfléchir – to think/reflect
Remercier – to thank
Déposer – to put down/deposit
Fumer – to smoke
Affirmer – to claim/assert
Convenir – to agree
Vêtir – to dress
Accomplir – to accomplish
Résoudre – to solve
Plonger – to dive/plunge
Détruire – to destroy
Intéresser – to interest
Disposer – to arrange/have/make use of
Lisser – to smooth
Verser – to pour/pay/shed
Obéir – to obey
Lutter – to fight
Prétendre – to claim
Construire – to build
Soumettre – to submit
Peser – to weigh
Troubler – to disturb/confuse
Répandre – to spread
Résister – to resist
Protéger – to protect
Enfermer – to lock
Creuser – to dig
Grandir – to grow/increase
Enfoncer – to push in
Envelopper – to wrap
Prevenir – to prevent
Inspirer – to inspire
Ramasser – to pick up/collect
Endormir – to put to sleep
Inventer – to invent
Presser – to squeeze/press
Confier – to entrust
Effacer – to delete
Reculer – to move back/reverse
User – to wear out/use
Nourrir – to feed
Remplacer – to replace
Souhaiter – to wish
Signer – to sign
Interroger – to question/interrogate
Dominer – to dominate
Commander – to command/order
Supposer – to suppose
Dépasser – to pass/overtake
Accuser – to accuse
Habiller – to dress
Condamner – to condemn
Menacer – to threaten
Écraser – to crush/run over
Réclamer – to claim/demand
Dessiner – to draw
Conclure – to conclude
Lier – to link
Admettre – to admit
Attaquer – to attack
Respecter – to respect
Pendre – to hang
Supporter – to support
Figurer – to appear/represent
Profiter – to take advantage of
Calmer – to calm down/ease
Satisfaire – to satisfy
Valoir – to be worth
Signifier – to mean
Inquiéter – to worry
Assister – to assist
Inviter – to invite
Déchirer – to tear up/rip
Risquer – to risk
Parcourir – to  browse
Rejeter – to reject
Renoncer – to renounce
Veiller – to stay awake/watch over
Transformer – to transform
Tracer – to draw
Contenter – to please/satisfy
Mériter – to deserve
Précipiter – to precipitate
Rompre – to break up
Étouffer – to suffocate
Animer – to animate
Casser – to break
Fonder – to found
Franchir – to cross
Abattre – to cut down/pull down
Discuter – to discuss
Fatiguer – to tire/wear out
Consentir – to consent
Regretter – to regret
Joindre – to join/contact
Vaincre – to defeat/overcome
Consulter – to consult
Haïr – to hate
Repousser – to grow again/repel
Exécuter – to execute/run
Exposer – to expose
Voyager – to travel
Renverser – to spill/knock over
Rassurer – to reassure
Retomber – to fall back
Décrire – to describe
Mentir – to lie

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