Making suggestions/making excuses:
To ask someone to do something, you can use the pronoun "On" followed by the verb and activity.
On va au café? = How about going to the cafe?
On fait du ski?
On joue au base-ball?
To make excuses:
Desolé(e). J'ai des devoirs à faire. = Sorry, I have homework to do.
J'ai des courses à faire = I have errands to do.
J'ai des trucs à faire = I have some things to do.
J'ai des tas de choses à faire - I have lots of things to do.
Je ne peux pas parce que... = I can't because...
Ça ne me dit rien. = That doesn't interest me.
J'aime mieux... = I prefer to...
D'accord = OK
Bonne idée = Good idea.
To day that you are hungry or thirsty in French, you use the verb avoir, and you say that you have hunger and thirst. Students learned various typical foods and drinks found at French cafes.
J'ai faim. = I am hungry.
J'ai soif. = I am thirsty.
Je voudrais... = I would like...
Making a recommendation:
To recommend something to eat or drink:
Prends une limonade. (informal) = Have a lemonade.
Prenex un sandwich. (formal) = have a sandwich.
Prendre = to take, to have food or drink. (This is an irregular verb.)
Je prends Nous prenons
Tu prends Vous prenez
Il/Elle/On prend Ils/Elles prennent
Tu prends des frites? = You are having fries?
Nous prenons une omelette. = We are having an omelette.