J’ai Faim, J’ai Soif

This is a fun video lesson that can be used for learning French vocabulary for both kids and adults. The song is called, “J’ai Faim, J’ai Soif” or “I’m Hungry, I’m Thirsty” by Alain Le Lait. The video doesn’t include the words for English translation so you’ll find them below.

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J’ai Faim, J’ai Soif Lyrics

J’ai faim, je mange. J’ai soif, je bois.
I’m hungry, I eat. I’m thirsty, I drink.

Quand j’ai sommeil, je dors.
When I’m tired I sleep.

Et chaque jour je joue dans le parc près de chez nous.
And everyday I play in the park near our house. (repeat chorus)

Et chaque jour je cours dans le parc près de chez nous.
And everyday I run in the park near our house. (repeat chorus)

Et chaque jour je saute dans le parc près de chez nous.
And everyday I jump in the park near our house. (repeat chorus)

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