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French Accessibility Phrases

French Accessibility Phrases

Ok, I’m ready for France, thanks to Sage Traveling’s page of French accessibility phrases:

Is there a handicapped bathroom? – Y a-t-il une salle de bains handicapée ? (ee ah-teel ewn sahl duh baN awN-dee-kah-peh)
Is there an entrance without steps? – Y a-t-il une entrée sans des marches ? (ee ah-teel ewn ahN-treh sahN deh mahrsh)
Where is the elevator? – Où est l’ascenseur ? (oo eh lah-sahN-suhr)
My friend is outside in a wheelchair. – Mon ami est dehors en un fauteuil roulant. (mohN ah-mee eh duh-ohr ahN uhN foh-tay roo-lahN)
Can you help me? – Pouvez-vous m’aider ? (poo-veh voo meh-deh)
Lift here and here. – Levez ici et ici (luh-veh ee-see eh ee-see) <- this one is going to be useful, I'm sure!

Check them out for more French, and many other languages!

Katja

2 Comments

  1. chekoala

    tres envie!!!

    looking forward to yr updates, bon voyage hey

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  2. Coach Laura

    C’est magnifique! Bon voyage.
    Latest from Coach Laura: Should you change your name upon marriage

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