J-J Hochart anglais

Vocabulaire et structures de base PHRASES 21 à 40

J'ai trouvé votre livre après que vous avez[1] quitté la maison.

I found your book after you had left the house

I found your book after you'd left the house

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Je suis entièrement d'accord avec vous.

I quite agree with you

I quite agree with you

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S'il te plaît aère ta chambre.

Please air your bedroom

Please air your bedroom

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J'ai besoin d'un réveil.

I need an alarm-clock

I need an alarm-clock

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Il était seul dans la maison.

He was alone in the house

He was alone in the house

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C'est ahurissant !

It is amazing!

It's amazing!

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L'ambulance s'arrêta en face de l'hôpital.

The ambulance stopped in front of the hospital

The ambulance stopped in front of the hospital

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Arrête d'embêter ta soeur !

Stop annoying your sister!

Stop annoying your sister!

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De toute façon je ne sais pas où aller.

Anyway I do not know where to go

Anyway I don't know where to go

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Hier elle est apparue plutôt troublée par les résultats.

Yesterday she appeared rather upset by the results

Yesterday she appeared rather upset by the results

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Est-ce que je peux prendre un rendez-vous ?

Can I make an appointment?

Can I make an appointment?

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Il porte toujours un tablier noir.

He always wears a black apron

He always wears a black apron

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Ils étaient quelque part aux alentours.

They were somewhere around

They were somewhere around

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Suivez les flèches.

Follow the arrows

Follow the arrows

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Viens dès que tu peux.

Come as soon as you can

Come as soon as you can

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Il a pris une douche comme d'habitude.

He had a shower as usual

He had a shower as usual

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Avez-vous un cendrier?

Have you got an ashtray?

Have you got an ashtray?

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Il est né en Asie.

He was born in Asia

He was born in Asia

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Demande au vendeur.

Ask the shop assistant

Ask the shop assistant

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Elle est bonne en maths mais mauvaise en anglais.

She is good at maths but bad at English

She's good at maths but bad at English

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[1] Attention ! C'est une erreur fréquente d'utiliser le subjonctif en français. "Après que" doit être suivi de l'indicatif.