L’Allemagne  - Germany

L’Angleterre -  England

L’Australie  - Australia

L’Autriche  - Austria

La Belgique  - Belgium

Le Canada  - Canada

La Chine - China

Le Danemark  - Denmark

L’Écosse  - Scotland

L’Espagne  - Spain

Les États-Unis  - The United States / USA

La France  - France

La Grande-Bretagne  - Great Britain

La Grèce  - Grece

L’Inde  - India

L’Irlande  - Ireland

L’Italie  - Italy

Le Japon  - Japan

Le Pakistan - Pakistan

Les Pays-Bas  - The Netherlands / Holland

Le pays de Galles  - Wales

Le Portugal  - Portugal

La Russie  - Russia

La Suisse  - Switzerland

When you are talking about going to different countries, there are different ways to say ‘to’ or ‘in’, depending on whether the country is masculine, feminine or plural.

Masculine countries take au. For example:  Montréal se trouve au Canada. Montreal is (situated) in Canada.

Feminine countries take en. For example:  Nous allons en Italie. We’re going to Italy. 

Plural countries take aux. For example:  Je rêve d’aller aux États-Unis. I dream of going to the United States.

Islands tend to take à. For example: Je veux aller à Lanzarote. I want to go to Lanzarote.

These videos show you the vocabulary for the countries of the world and how to pronounce them

Countries A - F

Countries G - N

Countries O - Z


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