French Emergency Vocabulary

Traveling in foreign countries is lots of fun and can be very rewarding. However, dangers can arise. In this lesson you’ll learn several words and expressions which can be used in emergency situations in French-speaking countries. This is a quick must-know vocab list including “help!” and “call the police!” that should definitely help you in the event of urgent matters. NOTE: This is an audio lesson. Click on any of the French words, listen, repeat and practice your pronunciation.

au secours help!Arrêtez stop!
allez-vous-en! go away!au voleur! thief!
au feu! fire!faites attention! watch out!
appelez les pompiers! call the fire department!appelez une ambulance! call an ambulance!
appelez la police! call the police!c'est urgent! it's an emergency!
il y a eu un accient there's been an accidentaidez-moi! help me!
avez-vous un téléphone? do you have a telephone?je suis perdu(e) I'm lost (add 'e' for feminine)
je suis blessé(e) I'm injuredemmenez-moi à l'hôpital take me to the hospital!
j'ai perdu mon passport I lost my passportemmenez-moi à l'ambassade Take me to the embassy

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