Farm animals in French

French lesson 27 of vocabulary: farm animals in French

Farm animals in French
In French, the lexicon of certain farm animals must be known at the beginner level (level A1). Here we present 9 of the most popular farm animals in French.

The video below will teach you the vocabulary of these 9 farm animals in French:

Thanks to this video, you will learn the vocabulary of the main farm animals in French. To learn the vocabulary of farm animals in French, repeat after the teacher. When the teacher says “le canard”, say “le canard”, when the teacher says “le cochon”, say “le cochon”, when the teacher says “la chèvre”, says “la chèvre”, etc. Thus, you will be able to understand orally and pronounce the vocabulary of farm animals well in French. To do this correctly, watch the video several times, repeating each farm animal aloud after the teacher.

To fully understand the vocabulary of farm animals in writing and to write it well in French, copy the list below several times. Use the images in the video to help you understand the meaning of each farm animal. Here is the list of farm animals featured in the video (in chronological order):

- le canard
- le cochon
- la chèvre
- le cheval
- le mouton
- la vache
- le coq
- la poule
- le poussin
- les poussins

For convenience, below is the list of the French vocabulary of the farm animals in the video (in chronological order) with the English translation:

- le canard = the duck
- le cochon = the pig
- la chèvre = the goat
- le cheval = the horse
- le mouton = the sheep
- la vache = the cow
- le coq = the rooster
- la poule = the hen
- le poussin = the chick
- les poussins = the chicks

You can learn more French animal vocabulary through the lessons below:

Once you have successfully mastered this vocabulary lesson on the farm animals in French, you can move on to the following lexicon lesson:

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