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

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**Tips to remember the French word “lunettes”:**

1. Associate “lunettes” with the word “lunar.” Imagine a pair of glasses with lenses as round and clear as the moon.
2. Think of a phrase like “Look at the net (sounds like ‘nette’) through your glasses” to link “lunettes” with looking through glasses.
3. Use the word in a sentence repeatedly: “Je cherche mes lunettes.” (I’m looking for my glasses.)


“Lunettes” is the standard French word for “glasses” or “spectacles.” It is a feminine noun, so remember to use the feminine determiners like “les” (the) and “mes” (my) with it.

**Other words that mean the same thing:**

– “Des verres correcteurs” refers to corrective lenses.
– “Des binocles” (informal/slang) is an old-fashioned term for glasses.

**Alternate meanings and slang:**

– “Lunettes” can also refer to binoculars in French (des jumelles being another word for binoculars).
– “Lunettes” is used sometimes to mean goggles, such as “lunettes de natation” for swimming goggles.
– “Lunettes de soleil” means sunglasses.
– In slang, “lunettes” can sometimes informally refer to someone wearing glasses, typically used in a playful way.

**Examples of sentences that use “lunettes”:**

1. “J’ai oubliΓ© mes lunettes chez toi.” (I forgot my glasses at your place.)
2. “Tu peux me passer mes lunettes de lecture?” (Can you pass me my reading glasses?)
3. “Il nettoie toujours sa paire de lunettes avant de lire le journal.” (He always cleans his pair of glasses before reading the newspaper.)
4. “Quand il fait soleil, je mets mes lunettes de soleil.” (When it’s sunny, I put on my sunglasses.)
5. “Elle a achetΓ© de nouvelles lunettes aujourd’hui.” (She bought new glasses today.)

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