GCSE French Vocab - Technology in Everyday Life #1

Translate each into French
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English
French
To buy
Acheter
Advantage
Avantage (m)
To look for
Chercher
Keyboard
Clavier (m)
To click
Cliquer
Dangerous
Dangereux
Disadvantage
Désavantage (m)
Screen
Écran (m)
Online
En ligne
To send
Envoyer
To shop
Faire des achats
Chat room
Forum (m)
Printer
Imprimante (f)
Disadvantage, drawback
Inconvénient (m)
Game
Jeu (m)
English
French
DVD player
Lecteur DVD (m)
MP3 player
Lecteur MP3 (m)
To put
Mettre
To upload
Mettre en ligne
Password
Mot de passe (m)
Computer
Ordinateur (m)
Laptop
Ordinateur portable (m)
Tablet
Ordinateur tablette (m)
To spend time
Passer du temps
Battery
Pile (f)
Mobile (phone)
Portable (m)
To receive
Recevoir
To save
Sauvegarder
To subscribe
S'abboner
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Mar 17, 2019
"Désavantage" is only used in the sense of weakness or prejudice.

"to shop" is more often "faire du shopping"

A forum is the same thing in French than it is in English, and it's different than a chat room. A chat room can be called "un salon de discussion" or just "un chat" (pronounced the English way.)

"Tablet" is just "tablette", no one says "ordinateur tablette."

"Pile" is the kind of batteries you put in a remote and throw away when they're empty. The kind of batteries you have in your laptop and phone are called "une batterie/des batteries."

"To subscribe" is "s'abonner", not "s'abboner" (you doubled the wrong consonant)