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Les vêtements de l'été

Summer clothes in French

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  • un maillot (de bain) = swimsuit, swimming trunks
  • un T-shirt = T-shirt
  • une robe = dress
  • une jupe = skirt
  • un short = shorts
  • une chemise (Ă  manches courtes) = short-sleeved shirt
  • un dĂ©bardeur = singlet, tank top
  • des lunettes de soleil (f) = sunglasses
  • une casquette = cap
  • un chapeau = hat
  • des sandales = sandals
  • des tongs = flip-flops, thongs

En été, on met souvent des T-shirts, des débardeurs, des shorts, des robes ou des jupes.

In summer, people often wear T-shirts, tank tops, shorts, dresses or skirts.

Pour se baigner, on porte un maillot.

When swimming, one wears a swimming costume.

S’il y a beaucoup de soleil, on peut mettre un chapeau ou une casquette et porter des lunettes de soleil.

If it is very sunny, you can wear a hat or cap and sunglasses.

Les verbes souvent utilisés avec les vêtements sont mettre et porter.

The verbs often used with clothes are mettre and porter.

METTRE = to put on

  • Je mets
  • Tu mets
  • Il /elle/ on met
  • Nous mettons
  • Vous mettez
  • Ils /elles mettent

PORTER = to wear

  • Je porte
  • Tu portes
  • Il /elle /on porte
  • Nous portons
  • Vous portez
  • Ils /elles portent

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6 Comments

  1. Hi. Is it possible to allow copying text in order to take to Google Translate? I do not know what the title means.
    I’m also very confused about the articles we usually see with French words. Une robe, for example, is one dress. Is it La robe? Le t-shirt?

    1. The title means «Summer clothes».

      Regarding the articles:
      – UN and LE are used with masculine singular words > un T-shirt (a t-shirt) / le T-shirt (the t-shirt)

      – UNE and LA are used with feminine singular words > une robe (a dress) / la robe (the dress)

      – L’ is used with masculine or feminine words starting with a vowel or a mute H > une Ă©charpe (a scarf) / l’écharpe (the scarf)

      – DES or LES are used in front of masculine or feminine plural words > des robes (dresses) / les robes (the dresses)

      Hope that helped 🙂

  2. I’m not trying to steal the contents of an empty box! I was attempting to paste in what I found in hopes of helping others. This is insulting.

    1. Well, I’m sure you don’t, but if I let people add content to my website, it would be complete chaos and possibly wrong information too.
      But you can write a comment if you wish to, like you just did.

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