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Expression du temps

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French English
Le Jour The day
La nuit The night
Aujourd'hui Today
Hier Yesterday
Le matin The morning/ In the morning
L’après-midi The afternoon/ In the afternoon
Le soir The evening/ In the evening
Hier soir Last night/ Yesterday evening
La semaine The week
Un mois A month
Une année/ Un an A year
Après-demain The day after tomorrow
Avant-hier The day before yesterday
La semaine prochaine Next week
Le mois prochain Next month
La semaine dernière Last week
Le mois dernier Last month
Une heure One hour
Une minute One minute
Une seconde One second
Dans deux jours In two days
Il y a une minute One minute ago
Tous les jours Every day
Toute la journée The whole day

Note
“Dans” means “in” and “il y a” means “ago” when they are used with time expressions.

Note
“Tous les”(m/p), “toutes les” (f/p), “tout le” (m), and “toute la” (f), mean “every.” They can be used with other time expressions.

Note
“an” is usually preceded by a number, and “année” by a word indicating a quantity.

Note
“Jour” means “day” and it includes 24 hours. “Journée” means “day”, and it only includes the hours of the day where you are active. So not the hours where you sleep.

Note
“Soir” means “evening” and it includes the hours from 6 pm to 12 am. “Soirée” means “evening” and it only includes the hours of the evening where you are active. So not the hours where you sleep.

Note
“Matin” means “morning” and it includes the hours from 12 am to 12 pm. “Matinée” means “morning” and it only includes the hours of the morning where you are active. So not the hours where you sleep.






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