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Coffee in French 🇫🇷

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How to say “coffee” in French? “CafĂ©”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “cafĂ©” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on coffee in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

French Sentences with the Word “Coffee”

French sentence with “cafĂ©” English translation for cafĂ© S

Le thé est plus sain que le café

Tea is healthier than coffee

Nous sommes dans le café

We are in the cafe

Donne du café à tes parents.

Give your parents coffee.

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I drink coffee in a cafe but I guess you can also drink café.

7 months ago

café info.

Tips to remember the French word:
– Think of a cafĂ©, which is also a common English term for a small coffeehouse. Remember, “cafĂ©” in French not only means the drink “coffee” but also a place where you can order a coffee.
– Associate the word with the common phrase “cafĂ© au lait,” which means “coffee with milk,” to help you remember its meaning in French.

– The word “cafĂ©” comes from the Turkish “kahve” and the Arabic “qahwa,” meaning coffee. It entered the French language in the 17th century.
– Pronunciation of “cafĂ©” in French is similar to the way it’s pronounced in English, but with a slight nasal sound at the end: /ka.fe/.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Expresso” is another word for a type of strong black coffee and also used in French.
– “Moka” refers to a type of coffee or coffee with chocolate flavor.
– “Java” is a slang term for coffee, though it’s more common in English.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– “CafĂ©” can also refer to a shade of brown, similar to the color of brewed coffee.
– As slang, “cafĂ©” could mean a gathering place or social hub.

Examples of sentences that use “cafĂ©”:
– Je vais prendre un cafĂ© au petit dĂ©jeuner. (I’ll have a coffee for breakfast.)
– On se retrouve au cafĂ© du coin Ă  midi. (Let’s meet at the corner cafe at noon.)
– Tu prendras un thĂ© ou un cafĂ©? (Will you have tea or coffee?)
– Ce pull est de couleur cafĂ©. (This sweater is coffee-colored.)
– Ils jouent aux cartes au cafĂ© chaque samedi. (They play cards at the cafĂ© every Saturday.)

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