Reading French Signs

If you’re planning a trip to France one of the most important and basic things to learn is how to read signs. This is a brief list of the most important signs you’ll need to know.

FRENCHENGLISH
À LouerFor Rent
À VendreFor Sale
AccueilReception
AscenseurElevator/Lift
Attendez IciWait Here
Attention Au Chien! Beware Of Dog!
Attention!Caution!
Bienvenue! Welcome!
CaisseCashier
Chaud!Hot!
Chemin PrivéPrivate Way
Chiens InterditsNo Dogs
CompletNo Vacancoes/Full
DamesWomen
Défence De FumerNo Smoking
EntréeEntrance
Entrée InterditNo Entrance
FerméClosed
Fermer La PorteClose The Door
FumeursSmoking Area
HommesMens
Ne Pas DérangerDo Not Distrurb
Ne Pas ToucherDo Not Touch
OccupéIn Use/Occupied
OuvertOpened
Peinture FraîcheFresh Paint
Photo InterditNo Pictures
Renseignements Information
ReservéReserved
Salle D'AttenteWaiting Room
SortieExit
Sortie De SecoursEmergency Exit
TirezPull

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